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One day a freshman, L. R. G. Crandon, went to the president's office to borrow
fifty dollars from the Students' Loan Fund. The loan was granted. “Then I made
my heartfelt thanks and started to leave”—I am quoting Crandon's own words ...
He stayed single until he was thirty-five, and then he proposed to a rich widow, a
widow fifteen years his senior; a widow whose hair was white with the passing of
fifty winters. Love? Oh, no. She knew he didn't love her. She knew he was ...
Dorothy Dix, America's premier authority on the causes of marital unhappiness,
declares that more than fifty per cent of all marriages are failures; and she knows
that one of the reasons why so many romantic dreams break up on the rocks of ...
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Review: How to Win Friends and Influence PeopleUser Review - Kim - Goodreads
This was my father's favorite book, and told me many times. He was a salesman and felt this book would give someone stronger sense of self, and I agree with him. I read it originally to be close to my father, but eventually it became my own. I picked up several ideas. Read full review
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