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Title: Mass Production at the 1920`s

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Subject: United States
Author: Mariana Marote
Date: July 1, 2009
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If a manager had explained the production line, it would have been a perfect method of making products cheaper and faster, but for a worker, it was the perfect method of making you lose your mental health.Why was there such a difference between these two descriptions? It?s just the point of view, and how he/she lives the production line...

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If a manager had explained the production line, it would have been a perfect method of making products cheaper and faster, but for a worker, it was the perfect method of making you lose your mental health.Why was there such a difference between these two descriptions? It?s just the point of view, and how he/she lives the production line...

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