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ch 7 roaring 20ś

Henry Ford an entrepreneur and inventor who developed the Model T car
Model T built on an assembly line. Sold at a low price and all looked exactly alike and the same color - black. Produced from 1908 – 1927. By 1913, 40% of the cars in the US were Model T’s. By 1920, half of the cars in the world were Model T’s.
assembly line workers stand in one place and put parts of the cars together as they go by on a moving belt. Ford’s workers could build a car in an hour and a half when it took other cars 12 hours to build without the assembly line. Ford made enough to pay workers$5
Detroit, MI Ford’s first assembly line factory to produce Model T cars. Would become the center of the US auto industry
mass production making of a large number of goods that are exactly alike. One of most popular was the radio
mass media public forms of communication to reach large audiences like radio, television, newspapers
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