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p. 146, left side – Title: Big Business Write a letter to a friend describing what it might have been like to work at Ford’s automobile factory. Make sure to include: The name of the first automobile that the general public could afford, and the advantage of the color.

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p. 146, left side – Title: Big Business
  • Write a letter to a friend describing what it might have been like to work at Ford’s automobile factory.
  • Make sure to include:
    • The name of the first automobile that the general public could afford, and the advantage of the color.
    • How does the moving assembly line reduce the time – and the cost – it takes to build a car?
    • How did the automobile change society – both directly, and indirectly (other consumer goods)?

p. 147, right side – Title: Hoover Elected

  • Create a campaign posted for Herbert Hoover.
  • You must include:
    • At least one reason to vote FOR Hoover
    • At least one reason to vote AGAINST his opponent.
    • Identify what factor helped Hoover win the presidency in 1928.
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