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Ford Motor Company and American Culture
A discussion of the Ford Motor Company in American culture.
# 122130 | 1,500 words | 22 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Business (Companies) , Business (Industries)

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This paper discusses the Ford Motor Company and its place in the American culture, including its beginnings with Henry Ford, its dominance of the auto industry. The paper also explored Ford's place along with the other members of the 'Big 3,' and its future as impacted by globalization and emissions regulations. The paper includes an outline and copies of sources used.

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"While Ford-along with the rest of the auto industry-has long ruled America's economy shaped the country's development and influenced American culture and social mores it now faces the challenges of globalization that all automakers are facing in the 21st century. (Emmons) Ford, a leading manufacturer of cars and trucks, B Popular models-Thunderbirds and Mustangs C Ford a part of the Detroit Big D Sales increase in over II Ford suffering the effects of globalization..."

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