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chapter7 roaring 20s

chapter 7

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Henry ford .an entrepreneur and inventer who created the model T car
Model T .Built on a assembly line .sold at low price . look the same .produced from 1908-1927 .by 1913 40% of the cars in the U.S were Model T's .By 1920 half of the cars in the world were Model T's
assembly line workers in one place and put parts of the cars togethere as they go by on a moving belt.Ford workers could build a car in an our and a half without the assembly line it would take 12 hours. Ford workers get paid twice the money the other workers got paid.
Detroit, Mi Ford's first assembly line factory to produce model T car's would become the center of the U.S auto industry
mass production making alot of things that are the same
mass media public forms of communication
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