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William Clay Ford Jr., Chairman, Ford Motor Company speaks at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on November 11, 2004. Ford discussed what he thought American companies must do to stay competitive and how the government can contribute to that success. Ford strongly supported many of the Republican campaign promises for tort and health care reform, as well as corporate well fare. ..(UPI Photo/Michael Kleinfeld)..
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William Clay Ford (born March 14, 1925) is the youngest of the four children of Edsel Ford and a grandchild of Henry Ford.

Ford served in the U.S. Navy Air Corps during World War II. He married Martha Firestone, the granddaughter of Harvey Firestone on June 21, 1947. They have four children - Martha, Sheila, Elizabeth, and William Clay Ford, Jr. Ford received a BS in Economics from Yale University in 1949 and was a member of the Psi Upsilon fraternity and Wolf's Head.

He worked for the Ford Motor Company and was briefly head of the Continental Division. This division was short lived, and was merged with Lincoln shortly before Ford's public stock offering. He updated the Continental that his father had created, and in 1955 the Continental Mark II was released. It is said there were only 2 pictures on the wall in his office at Ford HQ, his father's Continental, and his updated Mark II

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