Britain: How to Make Millions Without Really Working

Like innumerable young men before them, Peter Whitfield and Robert Tanner dreamed of making a pile of money fast without much work or capital investment. Unlike most, these two former Oxford economics students have succeeded. The inspiration that sent them on their way came to Whitfield in bed one night in 1962. He leaped up and began scribbling down his idea; then he called on his friend Tanner. After putting up $200 each, they established headquarters in one room of a small hotel owned by Tanner's family in Golders Green, a polyglot...

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