John D. Rockefeller - the world's first billionaire - created an industrial empire on a scale America had never known. He ruthlessly crushed anyone who got in his way, yet lived a quiet, honest life. Here, in this essay by respected historian Bernard W. Weisberger, is Rockefeller's surprising and often contradictory story.
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About the Author
Bernard A. Weisberger served as an editor at American Heritage and is a distinguished former history professor at the University of Chicago.