Ferrytale: The Career of W. H. "Ping" Ferry

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Wilbur H. "Ping" Ferry (1910-1995) was a self-styled "town crank," an influential and iconoclastic figure who seemingly knew everyone worth knowing in the mid-twentieth century. Businessman, thinker, activist, government advisor, and philanthropist, Ping's career was as varied as his pronouncements. In Victor Navasky's words, his ultimate importance was "the impossible example he set for the rest of us."

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