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From The CriticsMr Peterson's memoir is worth reading for three reasons. First, he really has lived the American dream. . . . Second, Mr Peterson is a crusader for a noble cause. He has committed the bulk of his immense fortune to nagging Americans to take their fiscal problems seriously . . . All this could be hard going for the reader were it not for another of Mr Peterson's appealing qualities. He has a sense of humour, albeit a rather slapstick one. . . . Mr Peterson's playfulness never obscures the seriousness of his purpose, however. As he was putting the final touches to his book, America's national debt passed $10 trillion, and the national debt clock ran out of space to record it.