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The Growth of the Self-Help Industry

An article in New York magazine reports that the self-help movement has mushroomed into an "$11 billion industry dedicated to telling us how to improve our lives." The article observed:

Today, there are at least 45,000 [books] in print of the optimize-everything cult we now call "self-help" …. Twenty years ago, when Chicken ...

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