Henry Ford, mass production, modernism, and design.
By: Batchelor, Ray.
Contributor(s): Ford, Henry.Material type: BookPublisher: 1994; Manchester Univ. Pr. ISBN: 0719041740.Subject(s): Design - Product and Industrial | Production | Cars | Mass production | Design and construction | Automobiles | History | Automobile industry and trade | Biography | United States | Industrialists | Henry FordDDC classification: 745.20973FOR
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Henry Ford is often thought of as being the ultimate American folk hero who developed one of the most important changes to 20th-century American society - mass production. With his successive teams of engineers, Ford developed technologies which placed the motor car at the disposal of millions of people, freeing them from previous notions of distance and space, and re-shaping the modern urban environment worldwide.