'Drake's Fortune' and the Appeal of Scams

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NPR's David Kestenbaum speaks with Richard Rayner, author of Drake's Fortune: The Fabulous True Story of the World's Greatest Confidence Artist, a book about the history and continuing appeal of business scams.



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