WALL STREET: Every Man a Capitalist

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The president of the New York Stock Exchange, the citadel of American capitalism, is a happily extraverted man in a grey (or sometimes blue) flannel suit who seems little different from the hundreds of other commuters who ride the 8:09 (or sometimes the 8:17) from Greenwich, Con., to Manhattan every weekday. But George Keith Funston is a man with a mission; he wants to make every American a capitalist. His method: persuade every American who can afford it to buy stock in: corporations, thus share in the amazing yet steady growth...

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