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Born in New Brunswick in 1879, Max Aitken became the most powerful Canadian on the world stage. He moved to England and by age 32 was a knight and a member of the British parliament, becoming Lord Beaverbrook and building the world's biggest newspaper empire. This portrait delves into the controversy surrounding his appetite for power, money and women.
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