Why didn’t Prince write a will?

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Henry Ford (1863-1947), American industrialist known for his revolutionary assembly-line process for factory production and the Model-T automobile ©Bettmann/Getty
The philanthropist’s natural desire to see their wishes carried out is hardly unique to one side of the political spectrum
– Stephen Foley
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