The book chronicle's Edsel's life from his early days of growing up in and around his father's company, through the controversy of his World War I draft notice and eventual exemption, the design change from the Model T to the Model A, and the creation of the Ford Foundation.
Twenty-seven chapters in all help to shed light on the life of a man who preferred to spend most of his life out of the limelight.
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