The Press: Poor Beaver's Almanack

If experience could be communicated, instead of having to be learned, it might be easier to write a Gettysburg Address, become President, or make a million dollars. But the more successful a man is, the simpler he makes it sound. Lord Beaverbrook, a success in his line, is no exception.

Last week Londoners were reading How to Win Fortune, by Lord Beaverbrook, who hadn't a shilling at 20, and at 30 had £1,000,000. The best advice he could give was to shun Monte Carlo, and to go to work on one's industry, judgment and...

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