This book is written to clear up misconceptions about Sam Walton, his family, and his business.
Part 1) What misunderstandings does Sam discuss in this book? How have these misunderstandings occurred? Why does Same feel it is important to clear up these misunderstandings?
Part 2) What does this desire to clear his name reveal about Sam Walton? What ideas did you have regarding Sam Walton and his business prior to reading this book? How did you come about these beliefs?
Part 3) Has Sam been able to alter your opinion of him? Why or why not? What have you learned from reading this book?
As a child, Sam learns how hard it is to earn a dollar.
Part 1) Describe Sam's childhood. How did Sam learn the difficulties in earning a living?
Part 2) What role did the Great Depression play in Sam's learning of this? How does this idea of hard work...
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