By Lewis B. Cullman
What a tremendous tale! What a massive lifestyles! What a big contribution to society! What an enormous guy! definitely, Mr. Cullman can say he has "lived" his existence and it isn't over but. This booklet is a needs to learn for the up and coming entreprenuer, the social philanthropist and people sitting on hundreds of thousands, thousands or even billions they, nor their households or generations to come back might ever spend. I salute Mr. Cullman for developing the trail and never following a path in his generosity, philosophy and company acumen.
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