Cars and planes
By 1820500, Updated
for FA #9
Henry Ford innovated the automobile industry with his Model T
Ford came up with the assembly line to produce inexpensive cars. He also paid his factory workers high wages greatly helped the American Economy.
Before long, a large middle class emerged with money to spend on consumer goods, the automobile became the most common luxury good and has remained popular to this day.
WWI forced much innovation in the field of aeronautics.
In 1927, Charles Lindburg completed the first ever non-stop trans-Atlantic flight. This earned him world-wide fame. Also in the 1920's, planes served many purposes such as transportation, business, and racing.
Airplanes have given many opportunities to travel and explore regions of the earth that people have not yet seen before even till this day. Progress that started at this time allows us to easily navigate the entire world today.
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