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63, [4 ads] pages. Two black and white reproductions of photos. A compilation of fifteen articles written because "the author believes they contain information of interest and value to the public and unavailable from other sources. The writer believes he knows Henry Ford as no other writer does - and has made an earnest attempt to analyze the man's motives in the light of past experience." - Preface. Articles include: The Six-Hour Day for Labor; A Clash with Hearst; The Ford-For-President Club; An Eye Opener As To The Jews; Jewish Centers in Ohio; Forgot Promises as to War Profits; Money for Election; A Campaign of Slander; His Success; Ford, the Man; The Menace of Ford's Secret Service Department; Trying to Drill History into Henry Ford; Squeezing the Little Fellow; A Shadow of the Ford Industrial System. Author was editor of Ford's Dearborn Independent magazine from inception until April 1920, having previously served as managing editor of the Detroit News. Front cover loose but present. Unmarked. Binding intact. Detachable Pipp's Weekly subscription form present at last page. 7" x 4.75". A worthy copy of this fascinating study.