Howard Hughes: The Epitome of 20th Century Capitalism
In the early 20th century, the business side of the world halfway went unnoticed. World War I had just ended, and the depression was kicking in full speed. American's weren't spending; they were just saving their money until the depression evaporated. However, one man during this time became widely known for his movie making and money spending. Howard Hughes had a niche for pleasing the country. He never stopped at creating something better for America.
I would call Howard Hughes a poster child for this era. The movie, The Aviator, had its ups and downs. Both the movie and the real…
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