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This is a fascinating book about Billy Durant, the creator of General Motors, a man who influenced the entire automotive industry in its early days as well as industry leaders including Chrysler, Ford, Nash and Buick, among many others. The book details the ups and downs Billy Durant experienced as he went from the carriage business to the automotive business, losing and regaining GM several times. This is also an in-depth look at the formation of Flint and Detroit and the economy of Southeast Michigan and the Great Lakes region during the early 20th century. This book must be read by anyone interested in automotive history, entrepreneurialism or biographies in general.
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