Sam Walton was the founder of the tremendously successful retail chain, Wal-Mart, and one of the wealthiest men in the world. Readers will learn about Walton?s childhood in Oklahoma and Missouri, his service in World War II, and first store purchase upon his return to the states. Includes color photographs and illustrations, chronology, chapter notes, further reading list, Internet addresses, and index. 112 pages.
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