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An Entrepreneurial Genius: Henry J. Kaiser

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This lecture follows the career of Henry J. Kaiser (1882–1967), California industrialist, who took part in major Western construction projects, built ships during World War II, produced automobiles following the war, and later founded the HMO Kaiser Permanente.

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