This edition has been annotated with an original article entitled: HENRY FORD, AS SEEN BY NAPOLEON HILL AND ORISON SWETT MARDEN

This article is a biographical portrait extracted from books by the famous american self-help writers Napoleon Hill and Orison Swett Marden, who knew Ford personally and were fervent admirers.

In this 1922 book Henry Ford gives a clear image of the Industrial United States in the first quarter of last century. This book is not only about Ford, his life and his philosophy; but about industrial development, the First World War and the main events that put the basis of America.

A required reading for those interested in business. The timeless advice it contains, reflects the full experience and wisdom of one of the foremost business moguls of all times.