In late nineteenth-century America, a new type of book became commonplace in millions of homes across the country. Volumes sporting such titles as The Way to Win and Onward to Fame and Fortune promised to show young men how to succeed in lifsolicited readers to become book agents to sell the particular success manual in hand or for the subscription trade ... for example, advertised a pictorial family Bible, the aquot;White Houseaquot; cookbook, a history of pioneer heroes and heroines, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Character is Capital|
|Author||:||Judy Arlene Hilkey|
|Publisher||:||UNC Press Books - 1997|