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The Making of Corporate Empire

Jane Slaughter November 1, 2018 Against the Current
Focusing on Ford Motor Co.’s rise, the author posits a connect between racial practices in the United States, Brazil, and South Africa and Ford’s divisive labor processes, seeing racism as an essential element in the creation of global capitalism.

How the Ford Motor Company Won a Battle and Lost Ground

Gilbert King Smithsonian Magazine
At the infamous Battle of the Overpass Ford Motor thugs ruthlessly beat Walter Reuther and other UAW leaders as reporters and photographers looked on. Despite Ford's denial of the event, news photos documented Ford security men surrounding and beating UAW men and grabbing UAW women.The power of Scotty Kilpatrick’s photographs eventually prompted the administrators of the Pulitzer Prizes to institute an award for photography.
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