Lessons in Constructive Science by Wallace D. Wattles Is Now Available on Amazon

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First published in 1909-1910 as a series of fifteen articles in Elizabeth Towne’s monthly magazine, The Nautilus, the leading new thought periodical of its day, Lessons in Constructive Science by Wallace D. Wattles, who’s best known for his classic masterpiece The Science of Getting Rich, will show you how to make your every thought and action constructive and thus master the secret of all attainment.

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By Tony Mase

I’m a longtime, serious student of the works of Wallace D. Wattles, who’s best known for his classic masterpiece, “The Science of Getting Rich.”

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