Kingdom: The Story of the Hunt Family of Texas
H.L. Hunt (1889-1974), considered at one time to be the world's richest man, amassed his fortune through fair means and foul, according to Tuccile (vice president, T. Rowe Price Investment Services), who profiles him and his family in this business-oriented biography. Although Hunt's far right win
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