The wheels go 'round

Impulse for Here | CECIL WADE
Posted 5/2/23

In 1924, the Ford Motor Company boasted it had manufactured nearly 70% of the automobiles produced in the U.S.; two years later, General Motors Corporation’s Chevrolet had become a competitor. When the looming Great Depression became a reality, a few years later, both manufacturers of “horsepower minus the horse” were seriously harmed by the sudden poverty which spread rapidly throughout the world. 

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