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Ronald "Ron" Chernow (born March 3, 1949) is an American writer, journalist, historian, and biographer.
He has written bestselling and award-winning biographies of historical figures from the world of business, finance, and American politics.
Another book, The Warburgs: The Twentieth-Century Odyssey of a Remarkable Jewish Family, was honored with the 1993 George S. As a freelance journalist, he has written over 60 articles in national publications.
Ronald Chernow was born on March 3, 1949, in Brooklyn, New York.
Samba began his career with Millwall before moving to Spain to join Cádiz.
He spent time on loan with Malaga B before returning to England to play for Plymouth Argyle.
He played on loan for Wrexham and then played Haka in Finland and Panetolikos in Greece before moving to FK Tønsberg in Norway.
His father was a goalkeeper for the Gambian national team and his family moved to Watford, England when he was six, and then to Peckham, South London and was educated at the St Joseph's Academy, Blackheath.
In 1986, he left the organization and refocused his efforts on writing.
The book was awarded the Columbia Business School's George S. It was additionally named as one of the year's ten best works by the American Library Association and a Notable Book by The New York Times.
Chernow's 1997 collection of essays, The Death of the Banker, touched upon his earlier writings and chronicled "the decline and fall of the great financial dynasties and the triumph of the small investor".
In 1998, Chernow published Titan: The Life of John D.
Rockefeller, Sr., which was selected by Time and The New York Times as one of the year's ten best books.
His biographies of Alexander Hamilton (2004) and John D.