Table of contents for Henry and Edsel : the creation of the Ford Empire / Richard Bak.

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Chapter 1. Farmboy, Tinkerer.   

Chapter 2.The Horse is Gone.   

Chapter 3. Rear View Mirror: Ford the "Automobileer" in 1900.   

Chapter 4. Who Can't Afford a Fordmobile?.   

Chapter 5. Hunka Tin.   

Chapter 6. The Five Dollar Day.   

Chapter 7. Rear View Mirror: The Crystal Palace in 1914.   

Chapter 8. War on Several Fronts.   

Chapter 9. Joy Ride.   

Chapter 10. Farewell, Lizzie.   

Chapter 11. Chronicle of the Neglected Truth.   

Chapter 12. The Little Man in the Basement.   

Chapter 13. Rear View Mirror: The Crown Prince at Work and at Play.   

Chapter 14. Airships and Time Machines.   

Chapter 15. An Invitation to Organize.   

Chapter 16. Bullets and Frescoes.   

Chapter 17. A Matter of Style.   

Chapter 18. The Overpass.   

Chapter 19. Rear View Mirror: Battling "Fordism" in 1937.   

Chapter 20. A New Social Order.   

Chapter 21. You Know How Father Is.   

Chapter 22. Running on Empty.   

Chapter 23. Rear View Mirror: The Last Years of the Flivver King.   

Postscript. Ford After Ford.   



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Ford, Henry, 1863-1947, Ford, Edsel, 1893-1943, Industrialists United States Biography, Automobile industry and trade United states History, Ford Motor Company History