Poor Richard's legacy: American business values from Benjamin Franklin to Donald Trump
This is the first single-volume popular history of American businesss--a book that is so completely fresh in its approach and so entertaining and penetrating in its content that it promises to join the ranks of Matthew Josephson's The Robber Barons as a business and social history classic.
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The Way to Wealth
A SelfInvented MoneyMaking Machine
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