Forging Global Fordism: Nazi Germany, Soviet Russia, and the Contest over the Industrial Order

Author:   Stefan J. Link
Publisher:   Princeton University Press
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Pages:   328
Publication Date:   05 December 2023
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A new global history of Fordism from the Great Depression to the postwar era As the United States rose to ascendancy in the first decades of the twentieth century, observers abroad associated American economic power most directly with its burgeoning automobile industry. In the 1930s, in a bid to emulate and challenge America, engineers from acro

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Author:   Stefan J. Link
Publisher:   Princeton University Press
Imprint:   Princeton University Press
ISBN:  

9780691207971


ISBN 10:   0691207976
Pages:   328
Publication Date:   05 December 2023
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Tertiary & Higher Education ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
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"""Winner of the Stuart L. Bernath Book Prize for Best First Book, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations"" ""Honorable Mention for the Michael H. Hunt Prize in International History, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations"" ""Winner of the Herbert Baxter Adams Prize, American Historical Association"" ""Link gives a fresh analysis of an overlooked dimension of interwar history, tracing the singular influence of Ford’s innovations and ideas upon the final, cataclysmic stages of twentieth-century industrialization. Forging Global Fordism allows us to better explore the relationship between industrialism, political ideology, and global competition, while also shedding important light on our tumultuous present moment.""---Justin H. Vassallo, Boston Review ""[A] rich and nuanced industrial and ideological history, path-breaking in the way it both interrogates the meaning of Fordism as it emerged in the US and then was adopted and adapted in Germany and the Soviet Union between the 1920s and the end of the Second World War.""---Nelson Lichenstein, H-Diplo Roundtable ""An ambitious and original study. . . . Forging Global Fordism challenges received wisdom about the history of globalization and the nature of the Nazi and Soviet economies.""---Mary Nolan, Journal of Modern History"


Winner of the Stuart L. Bernath Book Prize for Best First Book, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Honorable Mention for the Michael H. Hunt Prize in International History, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Winner of the Herbert Baxter Adams Prize, American Historical Association Link gives a fresh analysis of an overlooked dimension of interwar history, tracing the singular influence of Ford's innovations and ideas upon the final, cataclysmic stages of twentieth-century industrialization. Forging Global Fordism allows us to better explore the relationship between industrialism, political ideology, and global competition, while also shedding important light on our tumultuous present moment. ---Justin H. Vassallo, Boston Review [A] rich and nuanced industrial and ideological history, path-breaking in the way it both interrogates the meaning of Fordism as it emerged in the US and then was adopted and adapted in Germany and the Soviet Union between the 1920s and the end of the Second World War. ---Nelson Lichenstein, H-Diplo Roundtable An ambitious and original study. . . . Forging Global Fordism challenges received wisdom about the history of globalization and the nature of the Nazi and Soviet economies. ---Mary Nolan, Journal of Modern History


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Stefan J. Link is associate professor of history at Dartmouth College.

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