The arsenal of democracy : FDR, Detroit, and their epic quest to arm an America at war /

Tells the incredible story of how Detroit answered the call to arms during WWII, centering on Henry Ford and his tortured son Edsel, who, when asked if they could deliver 50,000 airplanes, made an outrageous claim: Ford Motor Company would erect a plant that could yield a "bomber an hour."

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Main Author: Baime, A. J.
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Language: English
Published: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, [2014]

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Call Number: HD9710.U54 B35 2014
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