Quiet Diplomat: A Biography Of Max M. Fisher
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Quiet Diplomat: A Biography Of Max M. Fisher

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During the last twenty-five years, no private citizen in the American Jewish community has played so profound a diplomatic role between Washington and Jerusalem as Max M. Fisher.

Born in 1908, the son of Jewish immigrants, Fisher grew up in a small Ohio town. He attended Ohio State University on a football scholarship and, upon granduating in 1930, entered the oil business.

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Peter Golden is an award-winning journalist and the author of six full-length works of non-fiction and fiction.

Some of his work has appeared in the Detroit Free Press Magazine, Albany Times Union, New Jersey Monthly, Microsoft’s eDirections, Beyond Computing, Electronic Business, Midstream, The Forward and Capital Region Magazine.

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