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By Kai Bird

The 1st entire biography of the final word self-made American aristocrat, John J. McCloy--the bad boy who climbed the heights of Wall road, suggested presidents, and reached the very fortress of international relations and company. fowl brings strength and intelligence to the exam of McCloy's existence, a story of ambition and accomplishment.

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