I knew Jane Austen. Jane Austen was a friend of mine. She told me that it’s a truth universally acknowledged that an individual in possession of a good fortune should read this book. And, I say that if the book delivers on its subtitle, “Ensuring a Responsible Financial Future for the Next Generation,” it could put to rest Confucius’ (or was it Yogi Berra’s?) maxim, “From rice paddy to rice paddy in three generations.” The ...

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