An Autobiography - The Story of My Life and Work
  
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Mr. Washington, more than any other writer or lecturer, has solved the ”race problem.” The historical value of the book, and its uplifting influence give ''The Story Of My Life And Work'' a prominent place in modern literature. It is a volume for the family library along with the Life of Franklin, Emerson's Essays and the great autobiographies. There is no greaterstimulus for self-help, for Mr. Washington forged his way to the front by his own efforts.
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