Ford: An Era Remembered

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Nelson Publishing&Marketing, 2006 - Automobile industry and trade - 279 pages
A biography about O.J. Nori who writes about his rememberance of the five decade span, from the 1930's-1986, working at the Ford Motor Company. During his distinguished career at the Ford Motor Company, he not only experienced the day-to day workings, but witnessed power packed unexpected and fascinating experiences.
 

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Contents

Brother Can You Spare a Dime?
1
The Employment Office
9
Time For a Change
15
The Early Beginnings
23
A Period of Transition
29
Chapter 6 The Promise to Fulfill
39
Chapter 7 An Introduction Into the Future
49
The Rouge Slip and Large Freighters
53
Jesse Owens and Other Athletes
129
Management Aggressiveness Showing
141
Promotional Opportunity Declined
163
The Montgomery Ward Contingency
171
The Lady in the Red Slacks
177
Annie at 13 and Other Problem Resolutions
183
A Wire Band Around His Waist
199
Identified Construction Shortcomings
221

The Introduction of Government Programs
59
Mr Bennett Was Coming
63
The Con Games Continue
71
People and Program Changes
75
The Alien Registration Program
87
Military Service and Out
105
Henry Ford II in Harry Bennett Out
111
War Production Ends
117
The Korean War Stops New Construction
229
Promotion and New Responsibilities
235
Lee Iacocca Stops the End Run
247
Of Security Concerns
255
Manager SideStepping Responsibility
261
Mechanized Processing and Real Progress
273
Epilogue
277
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