Mr. Ford Concurs

May 1923
Time;5/5/1923, Vol. 1 Issue 10, p24
This article reports on the move of Henry Ford of the Ford Co. to condemn the tendency of manufacturers in the U.S. to scramble for men and materials to increase prices. Ford warned about the impact of the method on other businesses. Ford said that he will not use the method in his automobile production facilities.


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