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The Price Of An American Dream

Author : Domingos Jardo Muekalia
ISBN : 9781493161515
Genre : Fiction
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Juan Ramirez, a native of Mexico, embarked on an exhilarating adventure into the US through secret underground tunnels in pursuit of the American dream. When he made it to San Antonio, Juan moved on to Orlando, where he fell in love with a young lady from Puerto Rico. Together they built a successful life during the construction boom of the late 90s. When the 2007 recession came, it hit the housing market hard and Juans world tumbled. Frustration and despair led those around him to seek comfort in the fleeting passion of forbidden love. In the hurricane of that forbidden love Juan lost his life trying to preserve his family and his American dream.

The Story Of Henry Ford An American Dream Cone True

Author : Henry Ford
ISBN : 9781312930001
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My Path To An American Dream

Author : M. D. Polidori
ISBN : 9781480911192
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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What is the meaning of the American Dream? In My Path to an American Dream, M. D. Polidori uses his childhood experiences and wisdom gained throughout the years to reveal the story of his life and the pursuit of his dream. Covering his childhood in Italy, his experiences in America, and continuing through his time in the Second World War and beyond, Polidori details his attempts to find — and fully live — his American Dream.

An American Dream

Author : Tony Thomas
ISBN : 1456732080
Genre : Fiction
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An American Dream The Life To the majority of America, the infamous State of Ohio is just made up of farm fi elds and politics, but in the quiet city of Columbus is a major money market in the criminal underworld where every drug from Mexican marijuana to Afgan heroin fl oods the economy on a monthly basis. And every small time hustler to every international dealer wants a piece of the pie. For Sizalino and his notorious mentor Michael Pettway, they’re looking to control it all, forming an outfi t similar to the mythical mafi a’s ‘Commission’, called the West Side Firm; teaming up with the most powerful heads of the East and North Side, creating a conglomerate organization stretching all the way down to South Florida and into South America. With the connection to Emmanuelle Mendez, a close associate to the Columbian Godmother, they go on an unstoppable path to obtaining the ultimate American Dream of money, power, and respect. By any means necessary! Overnight their success becomes legendary. Th ey quickly create a takeover like no one in Ohio has ever done or ever seen. But with success comes hate and envy, from everyone tojealous locals, to local State and Federal Law Enforcement Offi cials. And that envious attention comes crashing down right when the Commission hits the peak of its success. Everyone from the Law to bitter rivals begin to try and attack and penetrate their concrete wall of solid structure and silence. Sizalino feels the heat, and tries to take his business mind and savvy in a diff erent direction for the benefi t of his related family and the foundation of their future. But his Mentor, Mike P., and the Commission, have other plans for him. And they’re not the only ones. Will Sizalino make it out? Will the Commission and its Firms survive the storm and the war against them, threatening to cripple and destroy their organization? Th ey say for hustlers that the American Dream has two faces; an American Dream and an American Nightmare! What will Sizalino’s American Fate be?

The Price Of Paradise

Author : David Dante Troutt
ISBN : 9780814760987
Genre : Social Science
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American communities are facing chronic problems: fiscal stress, urban decline, environmental sprawl, mass incarceration, political isolation, disproportionate foreclosures and severe public health risks. In The Price of Paradise, David Troutt argues that it is a lack of mutuality in our local decision making that has led to this looming crisis facing cities and local governments. Arguing that there are structural flaws in the American dream, Troutt investigates the role that place plays in our thinking and how we have organized our communities to create or deny opportunity. Legal rules and policies that promoted mobility for most citizens simultaneously stifled and segregated a growing minority by race, class and—most importantly—place. A conversation about America at the crossroads, The Price of Paradise is a multilayered exploration of the legal, economic and cultural forces that contribute to the squeeze on the middle class, the hidden dangers of growing income and wealth inequality and the literature on how growth and consumption patterns are environmentally unsustainable.

The Fall Of An American Rome

Author : Quentin R. Skrabec Jr.
ISBN : 9781628940626
Genre : Business & Economics
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This is the story of the de-industrialization of America, written by a Business professor with a background in steel company management who grew up in the city of Pittsburgh and loved its manufacturing environment. The book is based on the facts and aims to avoid any partisan political viewpoint -- which is not as difficult as it may seem, since both U.S. political parties support free trade economics. The story does not single out the union, the workers, management, politicians, or American voters and consumers, since there is plenty of blame to share. Even the economic policy of the country since 1945, which clearly must carry a large portion of the blame, was accepted for all the right reasons. Free trade was to promote world peace and democracy. No one foresaw the ancillary effects of the 1970s on the United States. Yet this approach has brought destruction upon our cities, workers, managers, and country. The author's perspective is one of a love for American manufacturing and those once-robust cities such as Detroit, Toledo, Pittsburgh, Akron, and so many others, that drove forward the American economy.

Hard Sayings

Author : Joshua West
ISBN : 9781973638599
Genre : Religion
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Is the version of Jesus we talk about and preach in our churches the same Jesus that is revealed to us in the scriptures? Is there such a thing as discipleship without self-denial and sacrifice? Is our idea of the American dream and having it all compatible with what the Bible says about the cost of discipleship? In this book, Joshua West will ask these questions and talk about what it means to pick up your cross and follow Jesus in the twenty-first century.

Making Sense Of The Dollar

Author : Marc Chandler
ISBN : 9780470885383
Genre : Business & Economics
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Has the greenback really lost its preeminent place in the world? Not according to currency expert Marc Chandler, who explains why so many are—wrongly—pessimistic about both the dollar and the U.S. economy. Making Sense of the Dollar explores the many factors—trade deficits, the dollar’s role in the world, globalization, capitalism, and more—that affect the dollar and the U.S. economy and lead to the inescapable conclusion that both are much stronger than many people suppose. Marc Chandler has been covering the global capital markets for twenty years as a foreign exchange strategist for several Wall Street firms. He is one of the most widely respected and quoted currency experts today.

American Dream Becomes The Global Nightmare

Author : Ken Koenen
ISBN : 9780983360728
Genre : Business & Economics
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Ken Koenen is a California attorney with a Masters Degree in Tax Law, who has spent the last five years on cases involving people who either were victims of, or in some cases, followed the crowd who abused the loan programs that were partially to blame of today's economic crisis. Ken's background and practice is in real estate, mortgage and taxation and he has consulted with hundreds of people about the tax and legal ramifications of foreclosures, short sales and possible bankruptcy.He will provide some insight into the future of real estate and how to hopefully learn meaningful lessons from this disaster.

The Price Of Freedom

Author : Timothy Stagich
ISBN : 0976960311
Genre : Business & Economics
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What is the real Price of Freedom that every leader or citizen must pay in order to realize the benefits of a free society? The critical clarity that arises from free choice and multiple perspectives is absolutely necessary for consumers as well as business, group and organizational leaders to make the decisions necessary to create quality products and build the highest levels of individual and group performance. In this book the author discusses in-depth THE PURPOSE AND POWER OF FREE CHOICE and gives the reader insights and a clear understanding of what freedom really means and how every citizen can help to make it work as the forefathers of freedom intended.

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