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Bibliography[edit]

It's important to be precise about this antisemitic contribution to life by Henry Ford. I ask that any effort to change substantially the bibliography be discussed here first.

Yours truly, --Ludvikus 14:33, 21 September 2007 (UTC)

Robert Lacey[edit]

A useful reference is this [1]:

    CULTURAL DESK
    BOOKS OF THE TIMES
    By WALTER GOODMAN
    
    FORD: The Men and the Machine. By Robert Lacey. Illustrated. 778 pages. Little, Brown. $24.95.
    FORD is a workmanlike assemblage by an English writer of a great American family saga.
    Robert Lacey carries us briskly through almost a century of corporate fortunes
    (Model A, Model T, Mustang) and misfortunes (Edsel, Pinto).
    He makes admirably clear the technical and marketing considerations
    that have gone into each new or revised model
    and provides plenty of opportunity along the way to view the ...
    July 9, 1986
Yours truly, --Ludvikus 23:14, 15 October 2007 (UTC)

Interesting context[edit]

http://freemasonry.bcy.ca/anti-masonry/dearborn.html -- Nevard 12:16, 11 November 2008 (UTC)

Tweaked image locations to fix edit link bunching[edit]

With all the images in this article, there was a serious case of edit link bunching that made it hard to edit sections in the article. I believe I've fixed this as much as can be done by a combination of brute force, removal of unneeded headings, and pure voodoo, but the page layout is now heavily dependent on the assumption that the present sections will still exist and remain the same size. It might be preferable to do this as a gallery instead. Gavia immer (talk) 03:18, 3 February 2009 (UTC)

WS[edit]

This page s:American Jewish Year Book/Volume 29/Statement by Henry Ford is sitting on Wikisource, all by it's self. The parent document s:/Wikisource:Proposed_deletions#American_Jewish_Year_Book is being considered for deletion, as an incomplete work. Jeepday (talk) 00:43, 14 June 2011 (UTC)

Categories[edit]

Look, ViriiK, I don't actually care what this user's history is. It may well be that some, if not most, of the changes he wants are bad. But this one change seems like a good idea. From what I've seen, when a category box includes a page, the page shows the category box. Why shouldn't we do that here? Still-24-45-42-125 (talk) 10:11, 28 July 2012 (UTC)

I moved this wikilink here[edit]

because I see no connection between it and this article - other than there are jews sort of involved. Einar aka Carptrash (talk) 17:01, 15 November 2012 (UTC)

Antisemitism???[edit]

I must question why or how this article ended up being part of an "anti-Semitism" section. Anyone familiar with what the book (articles) actually say, is aware that they make a painstaking effort to differentiate Jews at large from the powerful Talmudic Zionist Jews that it actually criticizes. Ford is critical of a political movement, emphatically NOT a religion or a race. Does every person who argues in a pro-choice manner belong under an "anti-Catholicism" banner? The idea is absurd. Ford makes it clear again and again that Judaism at large is not what he is criticizing, although he does note Jewish peoples' tendency to lift one another up via preferential treatment. Does that observation make him an "anti-Semite?" Being that Arabs are a Semitic people, is the book also to be construed as anti-Arab? I could go on and on. The label reeks of amateurish, uninformed assumption, and does not belong on a serious article on Wikipedia. I challenge anyone who supports it to actually read the entire book. It can be found for free of charge all over the internet. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 67.235.207.140 (talk) 06:57, 23 April 2013 (UTC)