From the book jacket:
Self-help: To millions of Americans it seems
like a godsend. To many others it seems like
a joke. But as investigative reporter Steve
Salerno reveals in this groundbreaking book,
it's neitherin fact it's much worse than a
joke. Going deep inside the Self-Help and
Actualization Movement (fittingly, the words
form the acronym SHAM), Salerno offers the
first serious exposé of this
multibillion-dollar industry and the real
damage it is doingnot just to its paying
customers, but to all of American society.
Comment: SHAM has been rustling a lot of feathers, as you'd expect of a book that attacks the self-help industry! Salerno's stance is unequivocal, ...
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