Wallace Wattles (b. 1860) embarked upon a uniquely American journey into the roots of his own failures. In 1908, three years before his passing at the age of 51, Wattles achieved his goal of personal financial success, and wrote The Science of Getting Rich. He also ran for office as a Christian socialist in 1908 and 1911 and left behind a daughter, Florence, who wrote: "His life was truly THE POWERFUL LIFE, and surely we can say, at least in Elwood, 'The name of him who loved his fellow men led all the rest.'" Read now The Science of Getting Rich that inspired the film The Secret. Apply its principles to your own life, for the text of this little book is as timeless and clear as it was when it was first written a hundred years ago. Alexander Duncan has added a foreword in which he explores the world view of Wallace Wattles from the perspective of developments in the science of mind since Wattles's death (only available in this special Centenary Edition published by Chroniker).