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A biography of the man who became the first Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. The varied activities of his long life included presidency of the New York Evening Post, where he assembled a brilliant staff, including the men who later brought the Saturday Review of Literature into being. While at Harvard he trained a whole generation of economic historians, and gained the enduring esteem and affection of every student and colleague with whom he came in contact.