The underlying message is that one who doesn't want to follow the "greed" methods to get rich is somehow less worthy than those who do.
Not especially, the reading was rather wooden.
The very first story of the author making money at nine years old made me VERY angry. Although probably not illegal due to the "letter" of the agreement, it was certainly immoral in my opinion. That the author thought that this was OK without a second thought really gives an insight into the values of someone who values money above most decency. That really tainted the opinion on the rest of the data the author presented. He also unabashedly trumpets how the rich influence the tax laws and get wealthier because of such influence. That the author doesn't ponder for a minute whether or not this fair also says a lot about his moral turptitude..
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