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Most of us know the classic Harry Chapin song, “Cat’s in the Cradle.” The emotional story of a father’s troubled relationship with his son was a number one hit in 1974 and has sold millions of copies since. But did you know how it came about? The roots of the song lie in the strained relationship between a New York politician named John Cashmore, and his son James. John was a self-made man who wanted to give his son the life of education and opportunity he never had, and he moved heaven and earth to get him into the best private schools, country clubs and a top law school.