Carnegie, Dale

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An American author and educator of the twentieth century; Carnegie published How to Win Friends and Influence People in 1936. The book, which has sold millions of copies, contains practical tips on gaining influence and success. Carnegie founded a corporation that gives courses in applying the book's principles.

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