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Rich Dad Poor Dad - Summary

David De Angelis

Publisher: Youcanprint

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Summary of "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" - Learn more. Read Less!. The book has sold over 26 million copies and has appeared on the best-seller lists in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Businessweek and The New York Times. The book has been translated into 51 languages and won an Audie award in 2001. Apparently, everybody wants to be a rich dad.

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