Young and old, poor and rich, scholarly gentlemen and illiterate servant girls—only to father did it seem that they were all alike. That was father’s secret: not that he overlooked the differences in people; that he didn’t know they were there.
Title: Path Lit by Lightning; the Life of Jim Thorpe Written by: David Maraniss Review by: Ralph Bender, MBA, CFP® Growing up in the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania, I knew of Jim Thorpe not as the world’s greatest athlete but as a little town in the...
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