Coming of Age
Special | 26m 44s
In the 1940s, Naples was little more than a bend in the road, a one stop-light town in the boondocks and barely on the map. Thirty years later, the backwater was a boomtown, and Naples was reputed to have more golf courses -- and millionaires -- per capita, than any other city in America.
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