I found the author's research into aspects of the auto business very entertaining, not to mention the idiosyncratic twists and turns in fortune of various designs.
This book ranks in the top ten of audiobooks I've listened to so far.
The author kept is very praise-worthy research efforts in the background to the main messages of this enlightening biographical work, and never made himself the star of the investigation.
No, I like periodic "reading".
This is the warrior as he deserves to be understood in our modern times - a man who believed in a light footprint on the earth, the rule of law, religious tolerance, and many other notions we may mistakenly think found their roots elsewhere in history - specifically the West's history.
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