BOOKS ON PUBLIC POLICY
How to Limit the Power Technocrats and Lobbyists Wield Over Our Lives
- Euphemistic Political and Personal Expressions in American English
Essential Commemoration Management Guide.
Practical assistance and fresh ideas on planning, preparing, promoting,
and presenting commemorative events
A White Paper reviewing ivory’s
contributions to the past and its significance in the future and with
ideas on why and how to prevent unreasonable or ineffective restraints
on its trade or movement.
Donation Dialogs. A
discussion of what is unfair, wasteful, and debilitating about the way
we raise money for charitable and non-profit causes and how everyone can
become involved in improving fundraising methods in this country.
The Obamacare Checklist.
An easy-to-understand, simple-to-use short presentation of what
people need to know and do about the Affordable Care Act.
Then There Was One... A riveting look at how the cataclysmic events
between 1914 and 1945 found dramatic expression in the experiences of
the author's own life and those around him.
Corruption: How to Deal With Its Impact on
Business and Society Corrupt behavior is causing problems for our communities,
not because laws are weak or because we are insufficiently
diligent, but because it is so pervasive.
A Path to Success.
Failures ought to be seen as an opportunity for learning and improvement
rather than as a matter of shame and embarrassment. Instead of
protecting kids from the pain of not succeeding, parents should
encourage kids to take risks and treat those risks as a necessary
ingredient of progress. This book shows how to cope with and benefit
from the consequences of failures.
Leonardo Da Vinci's Musical Gifts and Jewish Connections
Coloring with Leonardo
The Life and Contribution of Leonardo Da Vinci
The Legacy of Leonardo Da Vinci
European Union Almanac: Handbook of the
World's Largest Single Marketplace (3rd Edition)
Pioneering reference source providing an easy-to-use, comprehensive handbook
for dealing with the background, organization, operations, and officials of the European
Union, the world's largest single market place.
The Fascination of
Ivory: Its Place In Our World. Presents a new analysis of why ivory has
been used for a variety of practical, decorative, and artistic objects and the reasons it
stimulated the development of an array of imitation material. Includes a guide for
identifying tusk ivory and an evaluation of efforts to protect elephants.
The Golden Age of College Tennis:
A USC Coach's Unique Contributions to the Game.
revealing, and touching memoir by USC's legendary tennis coach written
in collaboration with a writer who produced what Sports Illustrated
judged to be one of the 100 best sports books ever written.
to Meet Its Responsibilities A new way to approach the role of grandparenting that helps the
community without detracting from any of the other benefits and
pleasures of grandparenting.
Russia and Its Neighbors:
New Atlas of the Changed Geographical
Face of the Former Soviet Union
Combines a full color base map displaying the important
topographical features and capital cities of the 15
republics of the former Soviet Union with
multiple interchangeable clear vinyl overlay maps conveying important
geographic, demographic, and economic information.
Years of Nobel Prizes (4th Edition) Learn the
fascinating details behind the nearly 700 Nobel Prizes awarded since
they were inaugurated in 1901.
Promoting International Tourism: To The Year 2000 and
Beyond (2nd Edition) Single most of what has been termed the
useful text in the field of international tourism marketing.
from Former Soviets Struggling With Freedom at Home
Describes the hopes, hardships,
and happenings of individuals in the former Soviet Union, based on the
voluminous correspondence and recent visits of the author.
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