Pioneers of the 21st century, a new breed of entrepreneurs

October 1999
Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;10/04/99, Issue 322520, p12
Tackles the need for a breed of entrepreneurs in the United States that will revolutionize the way people do business. Journeys of 19th century pioneers to California; Conditions that compelled the pioneers to make the journey to California; Parallelism between the pioneers of the 19th century and the entrepreneurs who are preparing for the 21st century.


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