The classical model and the great depression.
1920 was a great decade to live in. Our country's economy was booming, people made enough money to splurge once in a while. Cars, movies, dance marathons, and the radio were many things being splurged on in our country. Cars had just become popular, thanks to Henry Ford who invented the push line. The push line turned production to a new level. Instead of one person doing all three jobs required in building something, one person was assigned to each job. This caused production to skyrocket, lowering costs, and therefore increasing profits. Henry Ford spent his increased profits on hi…
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