Crazy Rich: Power, Scandal, and Tragedy Inside the Johnson & by Jerry Oppenheimer

By Jerry Oppenheimer

From the founders of the overseas health-care behemoth Johnson & Johnson within the past due 1800s to the modern Johnsons of at the present time, comparable to billionaire long island Jets proprietor Robert wooden "Woody" Johnson IV, all is published during this scrupulously researched, unauthorized biography through New York Times bestselling writer Jerry Oppenheimer. usually in comparison to the Kennedy extended family as a result of tragedies and scandals that had befallen either filthy rich and robust households, Crazy Rich, in response to rankings of unique, candid, on-the-record interviews, finds how the  dynasty's immense fortune used to be either intoxicating and poisonous in the course of the generations of a kin that gave the area Band-Aids and child Oil. while, they've been termed perhaps the main dysfunctional relations within the fortune 500. Oppenheimer is the writer of biographies of the Kennedys, the Clintons, the Hiltons and Martha Stewart, between different American icons.

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