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Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice Mass Market Paperback – September 23, 1992
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Kimbro has tailored this deft rewriting of Napoleon Hill's ever-popular classic Think and Grow Rich (1937) to a black audience. Addressing issues like racism and poverty that can affect the achievement of black Americans, he offers a quick tour through black history, highlighting the stories of successful contemporary African Americans like Oprah Winfrey and publisher John Johnson. It works on the same level that the original did and should generate demand among African American patrons. An essential purchase for most institutional libraries, where all self-help books are in high demand.
- Anita L. Cole, Miami-Dade P.L. System, Fla.
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich and Law of Success, in their many various versions, have sold millions of copies. Some time after his death in 1970, it was reported that Hill had left an unfinished manuscript targeting black America with his message of self-confidence and affirmative outlook. Kimbro, a black writer and lecturer for the Napoleon Hill Foundation, adapted and updated Hill's manuscript, which argues that such barriers as racism, discrimination, and lack of opportunity should not be self-defeating obstacles. Brad Hooper --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
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I hope to update this review when I find a less crappy copy of this book, but avoid the version with the black cover with money on the bottom. (See pictures)