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Ford Ideals: Being a Selection from Mr. Ford's Page in the Dearborn Independent DJVU FB2 EPUB 978-0766160347 por Henry Ford
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  • Título Original: Ford Ideals: Being a Selection from Mr. Ford's Page in the Dearborn Independent
  • Autor del libro: Henry Ford
  • ISBN: 978-0766160347
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:577
  • Realese fecha:1994-07-12
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Ford Ideals: Being a Selection from Mr. Ford's Page in the Dearborn Independent por Henry Ford Libro PDF, EPUB

These selections are from the weekly department entitled Mr. Ford's Page in which it is sought to offer the ideas of Mr. Ford upon various questions. This page enjoyed a very wide reading both at home and abroad and has been frequently reproduced in many languages and in many parts of the world. Its soundness and substantiality, its dependence upon the force of ideas rathe These selections are from the weekly department entitled Mr. Ford's Page in which it is sought to offer the ideas of Mr. Ford upon various questions. This page enjoyed a very wide reading both at home and abroad and has been frequently reproduced in many languages and in many parts of the world. Its soundness and substantiality, its dependence upon the force of ideas rather than exuberance of statement, no doubt account in large measure for the number of friends it has made. One characteristic of the page will be immediately apparent to the reader, namely, that independence of thought has not brought with it fantastic angles or impossible counsels.