Friends in High Places: The Bechtel Story : The Most Secret Corporation and How It Engineered the World

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Simon & Schuster, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 273 pages
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An explosive, newsbreaking look at America's largest private company, Friends in High Places blends painstaking research and powerful reportage. Reveals how The Bechtel Group changed the face of the globe--with the help of friends like Ronald Reagan, George Bush and Caspar Weinberger. Black-and-white photos.

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Review: Friends In High Places: The Bechtel Story : The Most Secret Corporation and How It Engineered the World

User Review  - Chetan Gajria - Goodreads

A great insight into what makes businesses get where they are. A clear cause and effect of building relationships and getting more out of them over time. Read full review

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User Review  - Charles Bechtel - Goodreads

What can I say? Family. They got the money, I got the good looks. Would I have it any other way? Sure, but I would have spent the money, and then what would I have? Good looking relatives wagging ... Read full review

Contents

The Grove
11
Dad
18
Boulder
29
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Laton McCartney is the author of the national bestseller "Friends in High Places: The Bechtel Story-The Most Secret Corporation and How It Engineered the World" and "Across the Great Divide: Robert Stuart and the Discovery of the Oregon Trail." McCartney has written extensively on business, finance, and politics for many national magazines. He and his wife, Nancy, divide their time between Wyoming and New York.

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