History 152 - Lecture 11

History 152- - Lecture#11 Age of Opulence The Roaring Twenties I Henry Ford A By 1920 he had produced 6 million cars B By 1927 it was 15 million C

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Lecture #11 Age of Opulence: The Roaring Twenties I. Henry Ford A. By 1920 he had produced 6 million cars B. By 1927 it was 15 million C. 1920 one car rolled off the line every minute D. by 1925 one appeared every 10 seconds E. 1920 care cost $845 F. 1928 less than $300 within the salary range of most skilled workmen G. Born in 1863 on a farm in Dearborn Michigan he left the farm at 16 to become a machinist in Detroit. H. Experimented with internal combustion engines and in 1893 put together one of the first successful gasoline driven carriages in the U.S. I. Combined his own ingenuity with America’s restless desire to move J. In 1903, with 28,000 from backers, 12 workers gathered in a 250 by 50 foot shed and created the Ford motor company II. Two 1920’s A. Roaring Twenties, Jazz Age, Flaming Youth, Age of the Flapper B. Dollar Decade, Golden Twenties, Prosperity Decade, Gangster Lawless Decade III. Dollar Decade A. Republicans controlled the Whitehouse from 1921-1933 B. Harding: Ohio Senator Campaign slogan: “A return to normalcy” – enough of public crusades of progressive reformers and a return to private pursuits. IV.
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course HIST 152 taught by Professor Kwasny during the Winter '07 term at Ohio State.

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History 152- - Lecture#11 Age of Opulence The Roaring Twenties I Henry Ford A By 1920 he had produced 6 million cars B By 1927 it was 15 million C

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