Nash Motors and the Hudson Motor Car Company in the Roaring Twenties
The Lorenzo Cultural Center presents “Nash Motors and the Hudson Motor Car Company in the Roaring Twenties: A Contrast in Management and Cars,” as part of “The Roaring Twenties: From Riches to Rags” series. In the 1920s, Nash Motors produced stodgy but reliable cars. In contrast, the Hudson Motor Car Company introduced several revolutionary automobiles. Charles K. Hyde, Ph.D., professor emeritus at Wayne State University, analyzes the two very different strategies for success used by these companies during the decade.