The automobile also affected the social dynamics of cities. People could no longer allow their children to play in the streets or using the roads as social and recreational gathering places because of the fast moving vehicles now present in the
The 1920s were a decade of great advancement and prosperity. A not only chaotic but fast growing period in time would leave its mark in the 20s, known as the “Roaring Twenties.” For such a name to have been marked in the 20s, significant establishments must have been built; the automobile industry had an immense impact on the economy, the 1920s became the golden age of sports in social life, and with political development, women’s rights and movements would change forever. The lives of Canadian individuals would soon become “Roaring.” The automobile industry had an immense impact on the economy during the 20s. Henry Ford, who was the president of thenFord Motor Company had dreams which he focused on turning into plans. He dreamed of creating a car that almost anyone could afford to pay for.
Without the boom, many of the population now wouldn't have the jobs they have now. In the 1920s new industries impacted in the Americas. Many industries like the automobile industry, the consumer goods and may more prosper in the 1920s in the Americas. The automobile industry prospered mostly during the 1920s. Car prices were decrease significantly so that they could be affordable to the people.
7) “ With his invention of the assembly line, it allowed other industries to adopt this idea and decrease their production costs. This allowed the average American the ability to live a better life and be able to afford more than they would have before.” If Ford would have not done this cars may not have been as huge of a success for another 10-25
The economy was a category that experienced a significant growth in the 50’s. Consumerism increased after World War II, when the nation stopped prioritizing the military needs, consumer goods became popular as Americans established lives. Consumers and the economy immediately saw an upsurge in new consumer products. These products included washing machines, dishwashers, frozen foods, television, microwave ovens, lawn mowers and automobiles. Overall, products such as the washing machine and dishwashers made life easier and more efficient for families at home.
The automobile industry opened the door for lots of other business opportunities like service stations and motels. Having an automobile allowed families to travel more and travel further. During the 1920s the automobile had a significant economic impact, went through several innovations, and also had an important social impact on the people that lived during this time. During the1920s the automobile began to rapidly gain popularity and this started to drastically change the economy as business popped up around major roadways. Service stations sprang, up along with hotels, and travel centers as more people were able to travel.
One of the most well-known economic industries in America is manufacturing. Manufacturing contributes $ 2.09 trillion directly to the economy. This industry is expanding and growing in the USA meaning there is an increase in the outcome of this industry. Many people work in this industry which means that they earn money, and no one is poor anymore in the USA. Because of many people working in manufacturing, the economy of the USA has increased dramatically.
Ford’s innovations in manufacturing created less expensive cars and higher wage jobs. Also, Model T’s revolutionized transportation and roadways. They allowed people to travel to work, visit family far away, and take vacations. By 1930 over 500,000 miles of paved roads connected rural and suburban areas with cities. Henry Ford and the Model T relate to the NHD theme because by improving the assembly line for manufacturing cars, they expanded the American
Ford changed people’s lives completely because the addition of automobiles changed the way they lived. He revolutionized transportation in America which made individuals adapt to new habits that came with Ford’s success (The Flivver King, p.23). When the Model T peaked the streets looked something out of one of Henry Ford’s dream. Everyone was riding around in these little black beetles (The Flivver King, p. 26). The factor that led to Ford’s success in the automobile industry came from his flexibility as a worker and as a leader.
The American firms and banks also witnessed rapid growth as after the World War II there was not much competition left for them and they began to export goods and services all over the world. The labour was more productive after the World War II and they made more profits for their employers. In return the employers also offered incentives, medical facilities and established labour unions to make their voice reach the highest