The sale price of the average car increased.
The sale price of cars went down.
More Americans bought cars from overseas
Fewer Americans had jobs.
Stimulated growth in many other industries
Led to a nationwide recession.
Closed down the steel industry.
Brought about the collapse of the suburbs.
The location of Ford’s plant gave him easy access to resources and allowed him to reduce the price.
He studied the techniques of Chicago meatpacking houses and used their same processes
Ford kept his workers happy by paying them well and giving them a 40-hour work week
Ford put his cars on moving assembly lines and reduced the time it took to make a car.