by Christian D. Larson
Publisher: The New Literature Publishing Company 1912
Number of pages: 190
The majority among practical business men prefer a brief and condensed presentation of the best methods that have been evolved through experiments with business psychology. And it is this preference that has been considered in every chapter.
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