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'Rich Dad, Poor Dad' comes in for a lot of criticism because of the author's questionable past. However, it exhibits some important fundamental principles about the financial differences between employees and the self-employed that are essentially irrefutable.

Just treat the story elements as allegory, follow the underlying themes, and you'll get some good things out of it.
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