Business: Book

With practically 100,000,000 life insurance policies in force in the U. S., Arthur C. Dollarhide, independent actuary, Cleveland, decided that the policy holders would want insurance instruction. So he wrote a book. (Facts and Fallacies of Life Insurance, $10) that purports "to so acquaint the reader with the principles of life insurance and various policy forms, their provisions and conditions, and desirability or lack of it, that he will be enabled to wisely choose the form of any new policy that he may purchase, effect such desirable readjustments of his present life insurance...

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