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  • ISBN: 9781610395519
  • ISBN: 1610395514
  • ISBN: 9781610395526
  • Physical Description: print
    xv, 350 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : PublicAffairs, [2015]

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"In Car Crazy, G. Wayne Miller, takes readers back to the wild and wooly years of the early ... Read More
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Cast of characters : The carmakers -- Karl ... Read More
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"In Car Crazy, G. Wayne Miller, takes readers back ... Read More
Subject: Ford, Henry 1863-1947
Ford Motor Company.
Olds, Ransom Eli 1864-1950
General Motors Corporation. Oldsmobile Division History
Ford Model T automobile History
Oldsmobile automobile History
Automobile industry and trade United States History
Automobile industry and trade United States Management

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Car Crazy : The Battle for Supremacy Between Ford and Olds and the Dawn of the Automobile Age
Car Crazy : The Battle for Supremacy Between Ford and Olds and the Dawn of the Automobile Age
by Miller, G. Wayne
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Car Crazy : The Battle for Supremacy Between Ford and Olds and the Dawn of the Automobile Age

G. Wayne Miller is a Visiting Fellow at Salve Regina University's Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy, in Newport, Rhode Island, where he is director of the center's Story in the Public Square initiative (www.publicstory.org). He is a long-time staff writer for The Providence Journal, where he was member of a Pulitzer Prize-finalist team that covered a deadly nightclub fire. Miller is the author of seven works of contemporary and historical narrative nonfiction, including Toy Wars, King of Hearts , and Men and Speed . He also wrote and co-produced three documentaries broadcast on PBS, including most recently The Providence Journal's Coming Home , about veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan, which was nominated for a New England Emmy and won the regional Edward R. Murrow Award. He is the recipient of the 2013 Roger Williams Independent Voice Award from the Rhode Island International Film Festival. He lives near Providence, RI.

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