John Jacob Astor: America's First Multimillionaire

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Wiley, 2002. márc. 14. - 320 oldal
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JOHN JACOB ASTOR: America's First Multimillionaire

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This biography of Astor is ultimately about as interesting as watching grass grow, but it is not the fault of Madsen (The Deal Maker, 1999, etc.)—for all Astor did was make money in mostly ... Teljes értékelés elolvasása

John Jacob Astor: America's first multimillionaire

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For much of our nation's history, the name Astor has been synonymous with great wealth. Madsen (Chanel, Gloria and Joe) now adds his account of the life and times of the nation's first ... Teljes értékelés elolvasása

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AXEL MADSEN has written fifteen biographies, including Chanel: A Woman of Her Own, Gloria and Joe: The Star-Crossed Love Affair of Gloria Swanson and Joe Kennedy, and The Deal Maker: How William C. Durant Made General Motors (Wiley). He lives in Los Angeles.

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