Henry Ford: The Man, the Worker, the Citizen 1927

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 356 pages
In the belief that a simple biography of Henry Ford would be welcomed by those who have the interest and desire to known more about him is the reasoning behind this book. The study thus conceived and undertaken is not academic in any sense. The author did not attempt any so-called psychographic study of Mr. Ford, nor any minute analysis, nor yet any elaborate interpretation of him or his purpose. He sought to tell the story of Mr. Ford's life, his rise, his achievements, as simply, naturally, and humanly as so natural and human a subject deserves. Handsomely illustrated.

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