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Tyler Liebnau Page 177 I. The Beginning (1890s-1930) A. Who started the American auto industry? B. The first factories and production levels C. Henry Ford 1. The assembly line 2. The Model T II. American Domination (1930s-1950) A. America’s world market production domination B. The “Big 3” manufacturers emerge 1. General Motors 2. Chrysler 3. Ford C. World War II’s effect on the industry III. Increased Competition (1950s-1970) A. Changes in design
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Unformatted text preview: B. Increased competition from abroad IV. World Market Realignment (1970s-1980) A. Clean Air Act B. The oil embargo C. Loss of world production leadership and struggling companies V. Modern Automobiles (1980s-present) A. Japan is world leader 1. Holds 30% of U.S. market 2. U.S. is second Tyler Liebnau Page 177 B. Reinvestment in auto industry and rebound C. Remaining second VI. Summary...
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