Books: Help

How TO HELP YOUR HUSBAND GET AHEAD (251 pp.)—Mrs. Dale Carnegie —Greystone ($3).

Even Dale Carnegie has a tendency to muff matters, when he should be winning friends; he forgets names. Fortunately for him, he has a wife who knows how to help. At parties, she jerks him up by saying: "Dale, you remember Mrs. Robinson. She was just telling me about Lake Louise." In How to Help Your Husband Get Ahead. Dorothy Carnegie fills 251 pages with similar tips. She has almost surely written a bestseller.*

The first thing a husband needs is enthusiasm. "The...

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