Episode: The Mitchell Paradox | Chapter 10


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The Mitchell Paradox | Chapter 10

No oil and gas baron since John D. Rockefeller has made more of an impact on society than George P. Mitchell. But this son of poor Greek immigrants who died a billionaire wanted to leave a legacy beyond oil and gas.


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