“The Bronfman Dynasty - From Bootleggers to Billionaires in One Generation,” by Peter C. Newman (1979)

The Bronfman family is a Canadian Jewish family. It owes its initial fame to Samuel Bronfman (1889–1971), who made a fortune in the alcoholic distilled beverage business during the 20th century through the family’s Seagram Company.

The family is of Russian Jewish and Romanian Jewish ancestry; “they were originally tobacco farmers from Bessarabia”. According to New York Times staff reporter, Nathaniel Popper, the Bronfman family is “perhaps the single largest force in the Jewish charitable world.”


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Bronfman Dynasty: The Rothschilds of the New World