Iacocca Ii, The Sequel

Ford may be the most successful U.S. automaker at the moment, but Chrysler Chairman Lee Iacocca is not about to give up his standing as America's best- liked fender-side philosopher. His first book, 1984's Iacocca: An Autobiography, sold more than 6.5 million copies worldwide. Iacocca's story, of how he grew up to be the scrappy, quintessential "car guy" who, after a 32-year career at Ford, rescued Chrysler, brought him more than 71,000 letters, including suggestions that he run for President and pleas for advice on family, finance and foreign affairs. Now the chairman is back with a sequel, Talking Straight (Bantam...

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