|8 Which is why Henry will become known throughout America as the Conqueror of aInternal Combustion Engines,
9 Or General Motors for short.
CHAPTER 231 An American Capitalist named bB. F. Goodyear will look down from his zeppelin at all the Ford motorcars sitting in driveways all over America and decide that they should all have whitewall tires,
2 cWith his name on them,
3 dWhich is why he will figure out how to make tires faster and cheaper than everybody else,
4 Until so many of his tires are driving across America that he will become known as the Conqueror of Foot Fatigue,
5 Or General Tire for short.
CHAPTER 241 An American Capitalist named eKellogg Flake will look out across the kitchens of America and see millions of common people eating foatmeal,
2 Which will make him decide that everybody should be eating gcold cereal instead,
3 hWith his name on it,
4 iWhich is why he will wind up buying so much wheat, corn, barley, and oats to turn into breakfast cereal that he will become known as the Conqueror of American Grain Processing,
5 Or General Mills for short.
CHAPTER 251 Of course, not all American industrialists will be generals.
2 Some of them will have other ranks and titles,
||3 Including "Barons,"
4 Of which there will be more than a few,
5 Such as a Baron named jRockefeller who will one day provide all the gasoline and oil for General Motors' cars,
6 And a Baron named kCarnegie who will one day provide all the steel for General Motors' cars,
7 Plus the steel for General Electric's appliances,
8 As well as the steel for the Baron of Guns,
9 Who will be named lRemington Colt, XLV,
10 Not to mention steel bullets for the Baron of Gunpowder,
11 Who will be named mIrene something,
12 In spite of not being a girl,
13 But a terrifically manly Robber Baron,
14 Just like everybody else.
CHAPTER 261 As it happens, all these titles won't go over very well in America,
2 nBecause the people who work in factories came to America in the first place to get away from lords and nobles,
3 oSince lords and nobles always seem to think they own people,
4 And can do with them what they like,
5 pBecause they don't have any rights of their own,
6 qUnless you live in America, where everybody has rights,
7 And where they don't allow citizens to have titles,
8 Or own people,
9 rAt least not anymore,
10 Which suggests that maybe there's something going on that shouldn't be going on,