This bibliography is selective of those books I feel most informed the ideas in the book.
Old Money: The Mythology of Wealth in America. New York: Allworth Press, <year>1996</year>., Jr.
10The Divine Comedy—Inferno. Translated by John Ciardi. New York: Modern Library Edition, <year>1996</year>., .
Nicomachean Ethics. Translated by J. A. K. Thomson, revised by Hugh Tredennick. London: Penguin Books, <year>1953</year>..
The Politics. Translated by T. A. Sinclair, revised by T. J. Saunders. London: Penguin Books, <year>1992</year>..
Creative Evolution. Toronto: Dover, 1998. Blouin, Barbara, with Katherine Gibson and Margaret Kierstal. The Legacy of Inherited Wealth. U.S.: Triopress, <year>1995</year>., .
The Discoverers. New York: Vintage Books, <year>1985</year>.,
The Creators. New York: Vintage Books, <year>1993</year>., .
The Seekers. New York: Random House, <year>1999</year>., .
Working with Family Businesses. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, <year>1996</year>., , , , , and .
Family Therapy in Clinical Practice. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc., <year>1985</year>., .
The Experience of Inherited Wealth: A Social Psychological Perspective. Boston: UMI Dissertation Services, <year>1987</year>., .
Reflections on the Revolution in France London: Penguin Books ..., .