Selling the American Dream
00:00 - 01:33
1m 33s

Ray Kroc, a salesman who became pivital in turning McDonalds into one of the biggest restaurant franchises of the world, aims to recruit employees to McDonalds but only wants those who can put in the work to realize the American Dream.


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