STL Today, Jan 25
“Dale Carnegie is a quieter kind of influence,” says his biographer, Steven Watts. Carnegie’s famous book, though, is embedded in mainstream America, Watts says. Since 1936, “How to Win Friends and Influence People” has sold more than 35 million copies. “It’s one of just a handful of books in American history that really has shaped who we are and how we approached the world,” he says.