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Author : Cavallini & Co.
ISBN : 1635443261
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Shakespeare The Boy

Author : William James Rolfe
ISBN : 9783732671618
Genre : Fiction
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Reproduction of the original: Shakespeare the Boy by William James Rolfe

Firefighters Slim

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ISBN : 1786668424
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Creative Haven Flower Mandalas Coloring Book

Author : Marty Noble
ISBN : 9780486804699
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Thirty-one illustrations combine the elegant beauty of flowers and the peaceful quality of mandalas. Colorists will enjoy hours of meditative creativity with images framed by a dramatic black background — the dazzling colors will pop right off the page! Pages are perforated and printed on one side only for easy removal and display. Specially designed for experienced colorists, Flower Mandalas and other Creative Haven® adult coloring books offer an escape to a world of inspiration and artistic fulfillment. Each title is also an effective and fun-filled way to relax and reduce stress.

Aberhart Starts Here

Author : Lara Strongman
ISBN : 1877375497
Genre : Architectural photography
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One of Aotearoa New Zealand's most perceptive artists, Laurence Aberhart is a photographer who makes images of the vanishing past in an accelerating world. It was Christchurch where he developed his eye for the scenes that later brought his work to international attention. These early photographs of ordinary suburban houses, abandoned shops, masonic lodges and long-lost fast-food joints-some of them now iconic, others unseen or little known-depict a city and a way of life that no longer exists.

The Flint Metro League

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ISBN : 1642373540
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"Sharing the Journey...Leading the Way" This was the league motto adopted by the Flint Metro League Student Council in the early 1980's. The league-wide student council, made up of student representatives from every Metro League school, is an example of the way that the league has done business for the first fifty years of its existence: collaborating and communicating to find the best practices used by member schools, so that doing "what's best for the kids" could occur at multiple levels throughout the league. In this way, the success of the Flint Metro League has gone far beyond athletic competition to touch academics, citizenship and social growth for students in communities around the greater Flint area, including Genesee, Lapeer, Shiawassee and northern Oakland counties. This book is an attempt to share that half-century journey with those who participated in it or who are simply interested in how the Flint Metro League was created and why it continues to "Lead the Way." Included are summaries of every member school in its history, summaries of every sponsored sport with historical photos, descriptions of the most notable athletes and coaches, and an index listing every first team all-league athlete in every sport over the first 50 years of the Flint Metro League's history.

Let It Go Workbook

Author : T.D. Jakes
ISBN : 9781416547624
Genre : Religion
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A step-by-step guide to applying the wisdom of the "New York Times"-bestselling book "Let it Go." Jakes, in this practical, easy-to-use workbook, helps process lessons in how to forgive and be forgiven.

Doug The Pug

Author : Leslie Mosier
ISBN : 0062658824
Genre : Games & Activities
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Get in on the fun with the "King of Pop Culture" Doug the Pug as he eats his way around the world in this delightful coloring book, packed with dozens of illustrations and fun activities. Whether he’s cozying up on the couch with take out and television, hanging out with celebrities on the red carpet, or attending the latest music festival, Doug the Pug has stolen hearts around the world. In this adorable coloring book, join Doug on his adventures sampling a wide range of wonderful flavors from country to country and coast to coast. Along with 75 illustrations that capture the planet’s most famous pug with his local snack of choice, this charming coloring book includes entertaining themed interactive activities. As adorable as its namesake, Doug the Pug is a must-have for the king’s fans, dog lovers, and coloring enthusiasts of all ages.

King Edward Vii

Author : Sir Sidney Lee
ISBN : 1494124041
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This is a new release of the original 1927 edition.

Real Communism Decentralized Self Government

Author : Al Strelzoff
ISBN : 1520339747
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Our present capitalist system has many problems. These include increasing racism, high unemployment, a broken health system, over centralized unhealthy food production, decaying infrastructure, continuous Imperialist wars, increasingly decadent culture, and mounting debt. Many of us do not necessarily view these problems as resulting from our current Capitalist system. If we do, we think that Capitalism can be reformed. The author argues that all these problems are the result of Capitalism in which a small group of owners of the large corporations dominate the government and use it to obtain the maximum profit possible for themselves. The argument is also made that Capitalism can not be reformed, and that the only way forward is to replace Capitalism with a classless society (as first suggested by Marx and Engels) in which all participate in sharing the world's resources in a decentralized democratic manner. This would be a Real Communist system as opposed to one which is lead by those who claim to be Communist, but who themselves represent centralized rule by a small elite. The Bolsheviks (the name of the Communist Party) in Russia had probably good intentions, but due to the circumstances that they were under(as discussed in the book), they made some severe mistakes. In particular, the Bolshevik party took it upon itself to rule in the 'interest of the people', rather than institute the actual rule of the people themselves. This lead to a centralized dictatorship under the cult of personality of a single 'leader'. We are taught that the Soviet Union was really Communist and thus turned away from considering Communism as the replacement for Capitalism. But as will be shown, the Soviet Union was never Communist, but rather Socialist, a form of Capitalism by the Bolshevik's own admission. China is not Communist either, but is actually openly Capitalist. The ruling party in China uses the word 'Communist' to suggest that they are ruling in the name of the 'people'. Fake communists say they are doing everything for the people. Real communists say they want to enable the people to do all things for themselves.The author also argues that automation makes capitalism increasingly unstable while it works to make life better for all under communism. Real communism is described as a system based on providing human needs not maximizing profits for the large corporations. It is a system without money, but a market system based on needs can be constructed. A large number of readings are provided. The point of the book is to encourage the reader to think critically about our current society, and to consider the possibility of Real Communism. There are three chapters. The first lists most of the current problems in our Capitalist society. The issue of whether it can be reformed is also discussed. The second chapter deals with the history of the Russian Bolshevik Revolution and the problems encountered by the Bolsheviks that lead them to vector off in the wrong direction. The third chapter describes how an ideal classless society without money and based on satisfying human needs might work. All productive activities are run by small, decentralized, democratically run 'Enterprises'. Consumers and Enterprises place orders for what they need on appropriate Enterprises. The demand is represented by the length of the request queue. There is also a discussion of the many problems to be dealt with in constructing Real Communism such as incentive, religion, morality, military, and the role of former owners. The overall goal is the construction of one world without national boundaries, without racism and sexism, and without war.

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