Remembering Joseph Coors NPR's Michele Norris talks with Dan Baum, author of Citizen Coors: An American Dynasty, about the life of Joseph Coors. Coors, whose grandfather founded the Colorado based Adolph Coors Company in 1873, used his brewing fortune to support President Reagan and help create the conservative Heritage Foundation. Joseph Coors died Saturday at age 85.
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Remembering Joseph Coors

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Remembering Joseph Coors

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NPR's Michele Norris talks with Dan Baum, author of Citizen Coors: An American Dynasty, about the life of Joseph Coors. Coors, whose grandfather founded the Colorado based Adolph Coors Company in 1873, used his brewing fortune to support President Reagan and help create the conservative Heritage Foundation. Joseph Coors died Saturday at age 85.