On this week’s show, Paul Akers introduces Generosity Press and what better way to do that then to interview one of the few living people who personally knew the late great Henry Ford. Hear the story of Phil Morgan, taken by the state as a child from his squalid filthy home during the great depression. Then after years of being bounced around and abused in the impoverished foster system of the day… Henry Ford gives Phil a chance at a fresh start.
Phil then becomes part of one of the very last classes admitted into the renowned Henry Ford School for Boys just years before Ford’s death and closure of the school. Phil shares how the retired automotive genius and philanthropist personally visited and worked with the boys, leading by example and generously building in them a foundation for success!
This is the introduction to the brand new audio-book rendition of the Henry Ford 1926 classic, “Today and Tomorrow.”
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