J. P. Morgan single-handedly saved the U.S. from bankruptcy on two occasions but was often accused of being a monopolist. He turned Wall Street into his personal playground and had legendary battles with Theodore Roosevelt. Morgan had an aptitude for acquisition. He assembled one of America's largest fortunes and purchased a rare-book and art collection to rival any in the world. This DVD narrates the compelling story of the celebrated money magnate,includingrare footage of the financier on Wall Street and interviews with biographers and historians that reveal his business and his private life.
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