The House of Morgan - Part 1 Chapter 6 Trust Summary & Analysis

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Part 1 Chapter 6 Trust Summary and Analysis

Jack Morgan is working in the London office in 1898, watching the events in America. By this time there is a branch of British Morgans due to marriage and they are active in the London office. Jack and Jessie carve out their own lives in England and are accepted members of society. Jack is active in the London office and outside most of Pierpont's dealings in putting together trusts. Jack and his family, wife Jessie and four children, Junius, Henry, Jane and Frances, have the use of Pierpont's properties and staff while in London. In 1901 he buys his own estate, Wall Hill. "Although the Morgans are the darlings of the British establishment, the relationship would always be fraught with tension - less a love affair than a tense jockeying for power. The British could never figure out whether...

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