"Stylistically, Snow mimics the marvelously folksy, protean temperament of his subject, dwelling on Ford's early mechanical inventions rather than his latter problematic prickliness, and everywhere portraying a compelling character."
Evidently fired up by Ford's success story, former American Heritage
editor-in-chief Snow (A Measureless Peril: America in the Fight for the Atlantic, the Longest Battle of World War II
, 2010, etc.) conveys his interest by delving deeply into the details of Ford's mechanical genius.
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