My Life and Work by Henry Ford Page 1 of 272
MY LIFE AND WORK By Henry Ford In Collaboration With Samuel Crowther
INTRODUCTION-WHAT IS THE IDEA?
I. THE BEGINNING
II. WHAT I LEARNED ABOUT BUSINESS
III. STARTING THE REAL BUSINESS
IV. THE SECRET OF MANUFACTURING AND SERVING
V. GETTING INTO PRODUCTION
VI. MACHINES AND MEN
VII. THE TERROR OF THE MACHINE.
IX. WHY NOT ALWAYS HAVE GOOD BUSINESS?
X. HOW CHEAPLY CAN THINGS BE MADE?
XI. MONEY AND GOODS
XII. MONEY-MASTER OR SERVANT?
XIII. WHY BE POOR?
XIV. THE TRACTOR AND POWER FARMING
XV. WHY CHARITY?
XVI. THE RAILROADS
XVII. THINGS IN GENERAL
XVIII. DEMOCRACY AND INDUSTRY
XIX. WHAT WE MAY EXPECT.
WHAT IS THE IDEA?
We have only started on our development of our country-we have not as yet, with all our talk of wonderful progress, done more than scratch the surface.
The progress has been wonderful enough--but when we compare what we have done with what there is to do, then our past accomplishments are as nothing.