Edsel: The Story of Henry Ford's Forgotten Son
The name is used as a synonym for business disaster. But Dominguez, a veteran historian of the Ford Motor Company, is not so interested here in the 1950s car as in the man behind it. He wondered why a son of Henry Ford and the president of the Company for a quarter of a century had attracted no one'
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A Man Called Edsel
A Son for Henry
The Early Years
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