Through his record-busting construction career, Henry J. Kaiser continually pulled off the impossible. When he announced his plans to enter the wartime shipbuilding business and mass-produce steel in the small agricultural town of Fontana, experts were shocked, but his determination made him a national figure. “Miracle Man Kaiser” built a steel plant in record time, and it churned out more than 1 million tons of the invaluable metal for the 1940s war effort. In an industry rocked by disharmony, his company adopted the slogan “Together We Build,” and his skill in navigating labor relations made it a powerhouse. Join author and historian Ric A. Dias as he highlights the successes, failures and limits of this trailblazer’s dreams.