The ambassador from Wall Street: the story of Thomas W. Lamont, J.P. Morgan's chief executive : a biography
Describes Thomas W. Lamont's key role as J. P. Morgan's CEO and the mastermind of the firm's domination of the financial world during the mid-twentieth century and details his friendships with H. G. Wells, Charles Lindbergh, Lady Astor, and others.
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