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The Importance of the Motor Car

Summary: Discusses why the invention of the motor car was important in 1920s America. Examines the economic boom during that time. Describes the development of the first production line.
There was vast economic growth in the 1920s in America. At the beginning of this boom was the invention of the car. Some people believe that without the car the boom would never have happened, but is this true"

The car was very important during the boom for a number of reasons. The first production line was constructed in Detroit in 1913 by Henry Ford. This led the way for many other production lines and created many jobs, with up to 80,000 employees in each car factory. These jobs meant that more people were making money, which they spent on other goods, thus promoting economic growth. It is this growth which was the basis for the boom.

The production lines meant that there were thousands of cars being produced. This did not only benefit the car manufacturers but also the other industries that were needed to make the cars. 75% of...

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