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New Mexico Travel on The automobile industry also fostered a rising standard of living for its workers by paying wages that ranked at the top of the industrial sector, a trend that had begun with Henry Ford’s announcement of a Five-Dollar Day in 1914. The industry’s almost complete unionization by 1941, however, was even more crucial in establishing the autoworker’s reputation among the elite of industrial workers. In addition to its economic and technological accomplishments, so too did the industry transform the social and cultural life of the American nation. With almost 208 million motor vehicles registered in the United States in 1997, the country ranked as the most automobile-dependent nation on earth, with almost 458 cars per 1,000 persons. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Donald T. Critchlow, Studebaker: The Life and Death of an American Corporation (Indiana University Press, 1996); James J. New Mexico Travel 2016.