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The House of Morgan - Part 2 Chapter 15 Saint Summary & Analysis

Ron Chernow
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Part 2 Chapter 15 Saint Summary and Analysis

Morgan partner Dwight Morrow is a friend and former college classmate of Calvin Coolidge and is active in his Presidential campaign in 1920. Morrow is a lawyer who puts together some brilliant deals for the House of Morgan. He is appointed by Coolidge to a commission to study the use of airplanes for the military in1925. This is how Morrow meets aviator Charles Lindbergh and the Morgan partners come to finance his Spirit of St. Louis flight. The Morrows and Lindberghs are invited to the White House as guests of Coolidge. From discussions during this visit, Morrow is appointed Ambassador to Mexico.

At this time American relations are strained with Mexico. The country has defaulted on debt payments, nationalized American and church owned property, among other things. People are calling for a break in diplomatic relations with Mexico. Morrow's wife Betty does...

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