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by Tom Knight
National polls show most people are dissatisfied with government. This book explains government to anyone, cutting through the noise. It then provides practical suggestions about how government can be better. First on the list? Start using the preferences of the majority of citizens for decision-making.
by David BillingsHuman history is a confusion of nominal and actual economic wealth. Just as a fire results from the combination of spark, oxygen and fuel without extinguishment, so too do duress, ineffectiveness and inversion without social feedback result in economic bubbles. These bubbles are neither pretty or temporary as their damage can be severe and permanent.
by Ibtihal Mahmood
by Thomas WinterbottomHumans have come a long way since their origin in Africa thousands of years ago. From primitive hunter-gatherers, to the beginning of agricultural development, to the Industrial Age and now the Information Age. And it was this Industrial Age, combined with the Enlightenment and the Scientific Revolution which led leading thinkers to believe in the unlimited progress in human society. This book examines this idea as played out in the development of the American social welfare state.
by Pamela Wray
by Leo J. BattenhausenSearing New Book Exposes Nation’s Rotting Social Fabric, Proving Americans Are Literally “Loving Themselves to Death”
What happens to a society when common courtesy, values, morals and kindness are not merely disregarded, but considered old-fashioned and outdated? Why are more and more children being diagnosed with social and emotional disorders today than ever before in history? When has true face-to-face communication become unwanted and obsolete? Where has America’s sense of decency and... more
by Mark Derrick BoisvertThe Truth Revised Extended Version contains Social Science , Political Science , Law Enforcement , Organized Crime , Globalization , Religion.
India Hindu Religion Individual castes /S.C/S.T / o.b.c weaker sections immediate - poverty solution, increase huge Business , oby MANTU KUMAR SATYAM-ITS CONTENT HAVE THE PARTS OF MY MASTER THESSIS -ROLE OF NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHT COMMISSION NEW DELHI,INDIA PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA HAVE DONE COMPLETE 2 YEARS POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA HUMAN RIGHTS COMPLETE FROM INDIAN INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RIGHTS , A-50,PARYAVARAN COMPLEX ,SAKET MADAINGARHI MARG, NEW DELHI, 110030,INDIA SE COUNTRY-INDIA(SESSION 2012-14) FROM INDIAN INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RIGHTS ,A-50,PARYAVARAN COMPLEX ,SAKET MADAINGARHI MARG, ,NEW DELHI, 110030,INDIA SESSION-2012-14) ... more
by MANTU KUMAR SATYAMCHAPTER INTRODUCTION------1.1.GROUP OF PEOPLE OF POLITICAL MURDER IS NOT DEPEND ON COMMUNISM OR CAPITALISM(BOTH ARE SITUATIONAL DEMOCRACY) ITS DEPEND ON GOVERN PEOPLE .2- public opinion and separation of country 3. country Europe /United state of America individual peoples option of business how depend on join individual lawyer /group sufficient number lawyer WITH COMBINATION OF N.G.O HUMAN RIGHT BY PROTEST ASSEMBLE 4. COUNTRY INDIA HINDU RELIGION INDIVIDUAL CASTE VI... more
http://booklife.com/my/project/global-conflict-of-capitalism-communism-and-wisdom-of-mind-of-peoples-and-its-option-edition-2by mantu kumar satyamcapitalism, communism and intelligence of mind of peoples and its option capitalism, communism and intelligence of mind of peoples and its option . ITS HAVE TO UNDER STAND OF SUCCESSFUL CAPITALISM IN ANY COUNTRY ITS DEPEND OF GROUP, AND SOCIETY OF PUBLIC INTELLIGENCE ON PARTICULAR FACTOR OF CAPITALISM TO ANY COUNTRY HOW TO TAKE MAXIMUM/SUFFICIENT RATIO OF PEOPLE SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THE SELF BUSINESS. In world which country maximum people ratio have due to absence of particular hidden intellig... more
by mantu kumar satyamcapitalism, communism and intelligence of mind of peoples and its option capitalism, communism and intelligence of mind of peoples and its option . ITS HAVE TO UNDER STAND OF SUCCESSFUL CAPITALISM IN ANY COUNTRY ITS DEPEND OF GROUP, AND SOCIETY OF PUBLIC INTELLIGENCE ON PARTICULAR FACTOR OF CAPITALISM TO ANY COUNTRY HOW TO TAKE MAXIMUM/SUFFICIENT RATIO OF PEOPLE SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THE SELF BUSINESS. In world which country maximum people ratio have due to absence of particular hidden intellige... more
by James RodneyA study of contemporary unrestrained workplace harassment, hate speech; Corporations defense of their employees' use of "Nigger," and the artifice of a Federal Judiciary that refuses to punish them.
by Les MontgomeryDEAR PUBLISHERS, BECAUSE OF THE COLOR OF MY SKIN. I AM VERY INTEREST TO SEE WHO MAYBE INTERESTED IN MY STORY OF BEING DISCRIMINATED AND EXCLUDED BY THE POWERS THAT BE IN NASCAR RACING. OVER 40 YEARS I HAVE PURSUED A POSITION IN OR WITH NASCAR. DURING THAT TIME I HAVE MET WITH NASCAR PRESIDENTS, AS A PHOTOGRAPHER AND WRITER PUBLISHED IN RACING PAPERS AND MAGAZINES, AND HIRED AS A FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHER FOR DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY. BUT NEVER OFFERED A REAL POSITION, BECAUSE OF TH... more
by Peter MichaelRunning on Empty is an American road book in the mold of Steinbeck's Travels With Charley, Least Heat-Moon's Blue Highways and Kerouac's On The Road. Unlike during their travels, Americans had something particular to say along the road in Running on Empty: a steady drumbeat of hardship stories, nearly all relating to the now emerging national conversation on middle class economic stagnation.
by David LaMotteWhy is it that while most of us can identify and explain problems challenging our communities, nations, and world, we so rarely act to address those problems? What keeps us paralyzed? David LaMotte suggests that the stories we tell ourselves and each other about how the world works are a big part of the answer. Stories matter. They guide our actions more powerfully than data because they place boundaries around what we believe to be possible. Unfortunately, some of our common stories are simply... more
by Godknows Boladei Igali, PhDPolitical communities across the world are facing tremendous challenges in terms of trying to create An appropriate and cooperative environment for civic existence. Despite the current trend in international relations toward regional integration and globalisation, the idea of properly understanding how states come together, how they build themselves up, and what makes them disintegrate is relevant. In Global Trends in State Formation, author Godknows Boladei Igali off ers broad insight int... more