07 24 2014
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Book Review: Here's a Get-Rich Plan for Patient People

"Mind Right, Money Right" eloquently rehashes proven financial principles

Given the frightening trajectory of the economy and the staggering unemployment numbers, the time is ripe for a self-help book with some decent financial advice. "Mind Right, Money Right" fits the bill, despite its being a derivative work ostensibly based on the seven tried-and-true investment principles originally delineated in "The Richest Man in Babylon," a classic from 1926 that this critic read many moons ago.


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Book Review: 'Sister Citizen: Shame, Stereotypes, and Black Women in America'

According to the author, this society has historically exerted considerable pressure on black females to fit into one of a handful of stereotypes

What is it like to be a black woman in America? That is the basic question explored by Professor Melissa Harris-Perry in her fascinating new book, "Sister Citizen."


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