Ray Kroc and the Reformation

If you watched the movie “The Founder,” you saw an ambitious and egotistical man take credit for and earn profit from something he did not invent. The movie starred Michael Keaton as Ray Kroc, the self-proclaimed founder of the McDonald’s restaurant chain. You may know the backstory: Ray Kroc, a struggling milk-shake-mixer-machine salesman, stumbled across the innovative McDonald’s brothers and their revolutionary San Bernardino, California fast food restaurant in 1954. He was astounded at their “speedee” system of food preparation. People walked up to the service window, ordered their food, and received their order in thirty seconds! This was unheard of in the 1950s. Ray was so taken, h


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