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Brandon Weitz ENC 1905 Henry Ford I found Henry Ford to be a very interesting person to learn about Throughout Ragtime Henry Ford played a small but important role He enlightened people about his great inventions The car was a symbol in this book for wealth and luxury The car caused commotion with some people when they saw people thought to be inferior to them driving Henry Ford was born in 1863 in Dearborn Michigan Ford lived and served a good peaceful life His inventions will always be used and that made him an even more brilliant man than he already was Billions of people use his inventions every day Once the invention of his car came out it was a major success People did not just want the car for luxury but it was for a means of transportation Ford brought a whole new meaning to life in America He is the reason for present and future technological development because of his inventions His inventions gave other inventors ideas which then flourished across the world To many he is a great inventor but to me he is the greatest of all time The author E L Doctorow portrayed Ford like a person from royalty He made it seem like Henry Ford was the smartest man and it was a privilege to be in his presence After reading about him I agree completely with the author It seemed Ford was into nature and was a quiet and peaceful man The first time Ford was introduced in Ragtime it caught my attention quickly The author wrote that when the people saw him in their presence they had tears in their eyes It says Henry Ford had once been an ordinary automobile manufacturer He had caused a machine to replicate itself endlessly His executives and managers and assistants crowded around him to shake his hand Tears were in their eyes Page
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