The Last Days of Detroit: Motor Cars, Motown and the Collapse of an Industrial Giant

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The Last Days of Detroit: Motor Cars, Motown and the Collapse of an Industrial Giant - Binelli, Mark

By the end of the nineteenth century, Detroit, founded by the French as a fur-trading post, was thriving. In 1913 Henry Ford began mass-producing cars at his Model T plant, transforming the area into the Silicon Valley of its day. By 1920 it was the fourth largest city in America and by the mid-1950s General Motors had become the single biggest ... Read More

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