DEAR MAN OF AFFAIRS by

DEAR MAN OF AFFAIRS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Ninth in this series of the public's constant (losing?) battle in communicating with only the English language as a tool, these selections are beamed at the businessman. The 200 plus letters here, to executives in many different businesses, come from trate, inquiring, informative, soliciting or critical writers and are all well along in the blonging class. Christmas cards, insurance, dancing lessons, jobs, animals, babies, repairs, brassiers, food, drinks, diagrams, tonies, finances, travel, books....anything and everything can create confirm when pen and paper meet in the hands of the correspondents. By now the market is established.

Publisher: Putnam