Kane and Abel - Study Guide Part 5, 1941-1952, Chapters 29-32 Summary & Analysis

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William's bank sponsors a $30 million project for a new airline company, putting all its resources behind the venture. William discovers that 10 percent of the airline is owned by one of Abel's smaller corporations and confides his fears of Abel's attempted takeover to Tony Simmons and Ted Leach. They convince William to meet with Abel.

William calls but Abel is not interested in meeting. Abel tells him that his intentions differ from the Book of Genesis. He also tells William he plans to acquire a full eight percent of stock, too. William tells him he needs to discuss a personal matter that only involves the two of them, but Abel will not listen.

After hanging up on William, Abel immediately calls Osborne. Osborne vows to push for another two percent of Lester stock. Abel calls his banker, Curtis Fenton, and fires him...

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