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Lee Iacocca was raised in a warm, nurturing environment. The family was comfortable until the Depression, when his father lost everything. They struggled, but survived since his father was in the food business. Lee never forget those days. He learned values and a sense of survival and compassion that remained with him. Lee was always a family man. No matter how busy he was or how far he rose on the corporate ladder, weekends and vacation were always spent with his family. He would discuss things with Mary, who always supported him in whatever decisions he made. Later, his daughters were a part of his circle of confidence. When he was fired by Ford, his daughter heard about it on the news. She called him and was very upset that he hadn't told her or the family about it. The fact was that he hadn't...

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