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How to win friends and influence people : The first - and still the best - book of its kind - to lead you to success.

Author: Dale Carnegie
Publisher: New York, : Simon and Schuster ©1981.
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Available for the first time ever in trade paperback, Dale Carnegie's enduring classic, the inspirational personal development guide that shows how to achieve lifelong success. One of the top-selling  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dale Carnegie
ISBN: 0671027034 9780671027032
OCLC Number: 224031242
Notes: Previously published c1936, c1964.
Includes index.
Description: vii, 260 p. ; 21 cm.
Responsibility: Dale Carnegie.

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