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I saw this article in Car's and Parts magazine. Makes me think Henry Ford knew what he was talking about. In 1934 Roosevelt came up with something called "The National Recovery Act" and they asked industry to sign agreements regulating quotas, production, prices, and wages, and recognizing the right of unions to organize. Effectively telling industry how to run their business. Henry Ford wouldn't sign. He said "I was always under the impression that to manage a business properly, you ought to know something about it." This at first made him a bad guy but in 1935 the Supreme Court declared the National Recovery act to be unconstitutional. Sounds a little like current events, doesn't it, except no one is telling the Govt to stay out of their business now.
My pic link didn't work. I pasted the url to the pic in VillagePhotos. Here's what I used:
What should the format be?
Russ, (Congressmen didn't wear pink pantaloons in 1934 either.)
Not to divert thread as I am too, am curious of photo url. Gordo
Heck I'll try a photo right now the old way also.
the problem is the gov has gm and dodge by the short hairs as they are lending them the money. It now appears they have used a bunch of non car people to determine what Chryslers problems are. I read the report Norm posted and cant believe how filled it is with inaccuracy. I just hope they can survive this economy and the damage inflicted by the germans.
OK, I think I have it figured out. It worked this time.
Thats a beauty of a truck.