MICHIGAN: The Professor's New Course

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Thrusting out of the Midwest into four of the five Great Lakes, Michigan is a self-contained empire. Imperially big, rich and varied, it is the land where Hiawatha played, where the French voyageurs sailed even before the Plymouth colony was founded, where conservative Germans settled on the smiling farmlands of the fertile south, and the Scandinavian Paul Bunyans came to cut the timber and mine the ore of the rugged north. It was here that Henry Ford, messiah of the machine, swung the U.S. mass-production revolution on his assembly lines and...

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