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Rivets for Coal

Henry Ford continued to stay in the nation's headlines by doing nothing at all last week. As a "rugged individualist" he persisted in holding out against "robust collectivism" in the form of the NRA automobile code. He puttered around his northern Michigan camp, gave no inkling of his intentions, sneaked back to Detroit in the rear of a canvas-sided auto trailer. His friends said he was more concerned with his health than with the Blue Eagle. His critics called him a stubborn old codger who had never learned to...

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