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Henry Passage. Model "T" Portage and The Cycle of Success. By S Deodhar. The Model "T" Passage. Henry Portage set out to fabricate an auto which everybody could bear to purchase. It was moderate, terrible and hard to drive, and was scratch named the 'Dilapidated car' by the American individuals. The Model "T" Portage.
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Henry Ford Model ‘T’ Ford & The Cycle of Prosperity By S Deodhar

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The Model ‘T’ Ford Henry Ford set out to manufacture an auto which everybody could bear to purchase. It was moderate, appalling and hard to drive, and was scratch named the ‘Tin Lizzie’ by the American individuals.

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The Model ‘T’ Ford The Model\'s fascination T Ford was that its cost never expanded. Costing $1200 in 1909, the cost in 1928 was just $295 . By 1929 Ford was delivering more than one auto for every moment

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Mass Production Ford had the capacity offer autos economically in light of the fact that they were mass-created and each part was Standardized (one and only shading and one motor size were accessible). By creating substantial quantities of autos on an Assembly Line Ford required less gifted laborers , and that cut the expense of paying wages.

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Mass Production Ford imagined the thought of utilizing an Assembly Line to accelerate creation.

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` ‘A client can have any shading he prefers for his auto insofar as it\'s black’ How might this have served to cut creation costs?

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‘… every man and every machine do one and only thing ... the thing is to continue everything in movement and take the work to the man not the man to the work’ Henry Ford 1925 Assembly Lines

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More employments are made in different businesses. Auto Industry Mass creations & Standardization lead to expanded auto deals . More Standardized parts are required The Cycle of Prosperity! Employments in Diners, Motels & Gas Stations. Steel More Oil is utilized. Elastic Leather More individuals with occupations implies that they can stand to purchase an auto! Glass More streets are constructed.

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Car Production & Cycle of Prosperity Car generation spent 20% of America\'s steel , 80% of her elastic , 75% of her fortified glass and 65% of her cowhide . Before the 1920s\' end American autos utilized seven billion gallons of petrol a year. This served to make occupations in the oil business and made the oil condition of Texas rich.

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Aerial perspective of the Rouge plant in 1930 In 1929, there were 81,000 men working in this one manufacturing plant

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with a specific end goal to get an evaluation ‘C’ upwards in exams, you must learn and utilize the magic words & actualities . These ideas will be granted as key ‘ information. ’ Cycle of Prosperity Mass Production Assembly Lines Unskilled Workers Standardization. Model ‘T’ Ford Tin Lizzie Summary Key Words

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Exam Question 1 A residential community in Texas, 1925 How solid is this source to a history specialist expounding on the impacts of large scale manufacturing in the USA in the 1920s?

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‘A client can have any shading he enjoys for his auto inasmuch as it\'s black’ Exam Question 2 Does this quote completely clarify how the arrangement of large scale manufacturing lived up to expectations? Utilize your own particular information and the source to clarify your answer.

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Mark Scheme

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Some autos are comparative i.e. Institutionalization. Model T Fords Cycle of Prosperity – individuals can bear to purchase autos. One and only town. Insufficient confirmation for the entire of the USA. Texas was a rich oil creating state which implied a greater number of individuals could stand to purchase autos than different parts of the USA. Level 4 = an answer which incorporates one from every section. Question 1 Level 3 For Against

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All the autos are the same shading – dark - i.e. Institutionalization. No notice of Assembly Lines No notice of shoddy untalented laborers. Level 4 = an answer which incorporates one from ever

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