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John McCain Derived His Wealth From His Marriage To Cindy Hensley McCain, Whose Father Started His Road To Riches As A Bootlegger. As A Politician, The Senator Has Remained Beholden To The Liquor Industry And The Family Business.

Would U.S. Senator John McCain be a presidential contender if it weren't for his marriage to Cindy Hensley McCain, heiress to the Hensley liquor fortune?

Read this week's cover feature as it originally appeared in the Phoenix New Times.

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