Important Legal Notice: Think and Grow Rich is a trademark belonging to The Napoleon Hill Foundation. The Lost Chapters are NOT affiliated with or from The Napoleon Hill Foundation. In fact, they don't even know about these Lost Chapters because these were omitted right before the initial print of the original Think and Grow Rich went to press. The original Think and Grow Rich was published by The Ralston Society in 1937. Upon contacting The Napoleon Hill Foundation about these Lost Chapters, they stated that there was no such thing; we believe otherwise and we will tell you why in our EXPLOSIVE Lost Chapters Report. While Napoleon Hill and/or The Ralston Society held the copyright to Think and Grow Rich in 1937 (the year of publication), Think and Grow Rich fell into public domain due to the copyright not being renewed the 28th year after publication, as per copyright law for works published between 1923 and 1963. Works that were written but went unpublished entered the public domain on January 1, 2008. Additionally, anything written before 1978 that went unpublished was not covered by federal copyright law. While the original book - Think and Grow Rich - is part of public domain, we understand that Think and Grow Rich is trademarked by The Napoleon Hill Foundation and therefore are offering our FREE REPORT called The Lost Chapters under the "fair use" exception since this report is both critical and educational in context and nature; the report itself is NOT selling a product nor does it attempt to dilute the Think and Grow Rich trademark, but rather offering FREE information about the 2 lost chapters (which were only RECENTLY discovered) in our mind-blowing report that is nothing more than educational and critical in context, again, covered by "fair use" within the law and also covered under the First Amendment (free speech) because our work (1) has artistic relevance to the work at issue, and (2) doesn't explicitly mislead consumers as to the source of the mark or the word, clearly belonging to The Napoleon Hill Foundation as indicated above. As far as the trademark, typically no one can trademark a book or movie title. Book titles are not copyrightable. But somehow the Napoleon Hill Foundation slyly registered a trademark for "Think and Grow Rich" in June 2011 under the IC (International Classification) of 016 for a "series" of non-fiction books even though one may argue that the term "Think and Grow Rich" is synonymous with "success and self-development" being that it's been around for more than 80 years, getting lost in what's called "genericide" through the ages. We believe that the grandson of Napoleon Hill, J.B. Hill (among others), is doing anything and everything he can to cling onto the fame and fortune coattails of his late grandfather which is pretty sad to say the least. Yes, The Napoleon Hill Foundation was set up by Napoleon Hill as a Non-Profit Organization but this doesn't prevent the heirs from getting nice big salaries!