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Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 0925417424. B&W Maps & Illustrations; 9 X 6 X 0.80 inches; 175 pages; Hard cover is green cloth with gold lettering on front and spine. Slight bumping. Book is slightly curved, not flat. Pages are clean and tight; appears as if unused. DJ has slight rubbing, bumping, and what look like 3-4 indentations from a pen tip, on upper front, near spine; in a mylar cover. Illustrated with 2 b/w maps and 24 b/w photographs. This autobiography is the rags-to-riches story of multimillionaire philanthropist E. J. Ourso of Donaldsonville, Louisiana, the man for whom the LSU Business School is named. It reveals how Ourso acquired 56 businesses in 48 years-the first 25 with no money down. A testament to the effectiveness of the American free enterprise system, the book chronicles Ourso's life beginning with his early years as a salesman. It reveals his secrets to the acquisition of wealth. Sources; index.
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