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When Do The Wages Go In

Author : Jack Stanley
ISBN : 1910223115
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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With the promise of making some big money a group of seasoned tradesmen embark on a journey from the North East of England to the USA. From the first round of drinks in the departure lounge this hilarious tale of 'work hard play harder' will have you on a personal level with its characters who swear, swagger and live every day as if it's their last, spending wages as fast as they are earning them!
Category: Technology & Engineering

From Protest To Challenge Vol 1

Author : Gwendolyn M. Carter
ISBN : 9780817918934
Genre : Political Science
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This remarkable collection of material is as relevant today as when it was first published; graphically demonstrating the native African's struggle for peace, freedom, and equality in his native land during the 19th and 20th centuries.
Category: Political Science

The Economics Of Pensions

Author : Salvador Valdés-Prieto
ISBN : 0521666120
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book, first published in 1997, offers up-to-date research about publicly regulated pensions for old age.
Category: Business & Economics

When Refugees Go Home

Author : Hubert Morsink
ISBN : 085255222X
Genre : Refugees
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Examines refugees' own strategies for return that do not always relate to formal repatriation schemes.
Category: Refugees

When The Clouds Go Rolling By

Author : June Francis
ISBN : 9781911591405
Genre : Fiction
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The secrets of the past can never be forgotten An orphaned young woman is overjoyed to find a family she never knew existed, but has to come to terms with their troubled history. Since her parents died Clara O’Toole has lived with her grandmother, Bernie. When Bernie seeks an audience with a medium in the hope of reaching her son, Clara discovers her links to the Bennett family in Chester, and clues to the whereabouts of Bernie’s long-lost daughter. Meanwhile, Alice Bennett is relieved to learn that her husband, Seb, is alive. However, her joy is short lived when she discovers the extent of his injuries. The family struggle to come to terms with Seb’s damaged body, and mind. As Clara spends more time with her newfound relatives, she finds hope for the future. But she has no idea that the family she is so glad to be part of are going to place her in grave danger...
Category: Fiction

The Laws Of M O S E S America S Financial Future

Author : Claus M. Bohm
ISBN : 9781469126975
Genre : Business & Economics
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Dare to take a journey in a discussion to change the face of our financial world. Discover a new way to run the United States economy with a simple approach that gives us all real freedom. This content will not use economic jargon and complicated graphs. It will analyze our system with simple models and theories. We will then see how a system of fairness and equality can come from the effort. This will be a true revolution in how we view money today and how we will handle it in the future. This proposal, questions and critiques our financial institutions. It says we can do better to achieve something that has never been done before. This unusual view of our financial system by spirituality and political morality will identify the hypocrisy of our times. It will show and legitimize our reasons for building a new and sustainable capitalism.
Category: Business & Economics

When Good Jobs Go Bad

Author : Jeffrey S. Rothstein
ISBN : 9780813576084
Genre : Business & Economics
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From Chinese factories making cheap toys for export, to sweatshops in Bangladesh where name-brand garments are sewn—studies on the impact of globalization on workers have tended to focus on the worst jobs and the worst conditions. But in When Good Jobs Go Bad, Jeffrey Rothstein looks at the impact of globalization on a major industry—the North American auto industry—to reveal that globalization has had a deleterious effect on even the most valued of blue-collar jobs. Rothstein argues that the consolidation of the Mexican and U.S.-Canadian auto industries, the expanding number of foreign automakers in North America, and the spread of lean production have all undermined organized labor and harmed workers. Focusing on three General Motors plants assembling SUVs—an older plant in Janesville, Wisconsin; a newer and more viable plant in Arlington, Texas; and a “greenfield site” (a brand-new, state-of-the-art facility) in Silao, Mexico—When Good Jobs Go Bad shows how global competition has made nonstop, monotonous, standardized routines crucial for the survival of a plant, and it explains why workers and their local unions struggle to resist. For instance, in the United States, General Motors forced workers to accept intensified labor by threatening to close plants, which led local unions to adopt “keep the plant open” as their main goal. At its new factory in Silao, GM had hand-picked the union—one opposed to strikes and committed to labor-management cooperation—before it hired the first worker. Rothstein’s engaging comparative analysis, which incorporates the viewpoints of workers, union officials, and management, sheds new light on labor’s loss of bargaining power in recent decades, and highlights the negative impact of globalization on all jobs, both good and bad, from the sweatshop to the assembly line.
Category: Business & Economics

The Wages Of Sinn

Author : S.K. Gathright
ISBN : 9781469146577
Genre : Drama
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A tangled web of lies, murders and romance between three very different people, but everyone will pay the wages of sin in the end. CJ longs for the fulfi llment that only true love brings and wants to be truly loved and appreciated for the woman that she is, but what will it cost her? Jerome Sinclair is an international business kingpin. He falls madly in love with CJ. His love is shadowed by his secretive affairs. How will he convince her of his true intentions? Molly the sandbox friend of CJ has, envied her from the start. Molly misunderstood the concept of Imitation is the highest form of fl attery. Will Molly hold it together long-enough to secure a love and live of her own.
Category: Drama

The Promise Of The New South

Author : Edward L. Ayers
ISBN : 9780199886838
Genre : History
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At a public picnic in the South in the 1890s, a young man paid five cents for his first chance to hear the revolutionary Edison talking machine. He eagerly listened as the soundman placed the needle down, only to find that through the tubes he held to his ears came the chilling sounds of a lynching. In this story, with its blend of new technology and old hatreds, genteel picnics and mob violence, Edward Ayers captures the history of the South in the years between Reconstruction and the turn of the century. Ranging from the Georgia coast to the Tennessee mountains, from the power brokers to tenant farmers, Ayers depicts a land of startling contrasts. Ayers takes us from remote Southern towns, revolutionized by the spread of the railroads, to the statehouses where Democratic Redeemers swept away the legacy of Reconstruction; from the small farmers, trapped into growing nothing but cotton, to the new industries of Birmingham; from abuse and intimacy in the family to tumultuous public meetings of the prohibitionists. He explores every aspect of society, politics, and the economy, detailing the importance of each in the emerging New South. Central to the entire story is the role of race relations, from alliances and friendships between blacks and whites to the spread of Jim Crows laws and disfranchisement. The teeming nineteenth-century South comes to life in these pages. When this book first appeared in 1992, it won a broad array of prizes and was a finalist for both the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize. The citation for the National Book Award declared Promise of the New South a vivid and masterfully detailed picture of the evolution of a new society. The Atlantic called it "one of the broadest and most original interpretations of southern history of the past twenty years.
Category: History

Remembering Cesar

Author : Ann McGregor
ISBN : 1884956114
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Collection of remembrances by those who knew Cesar Chavez best the famous, members of the Chavez family, UFW staff and farmworkers themselves.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

What We Were Doing And Where We Were Going

Author : Damion Searls
ISBN : 9781564785473
Genre : Fiction
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Seventeen years after the publication of the first volume of Jacques Roubaud's epic and moving "The Great Fire of London," Dalkey Archive Press is proud to publish the first English translation of The Loop, the second novel in Roubaud's Proustian series, which has in its capacity to astonish been compared to the compositions of Messiaen and the buildings of Antonio Gaudi. Devastated after the death of his young wife, Alix, the author conceives of a project that will allow him not only to continue writing, but continue living--writing a book that leads him to confront his terrible loss as well as examine the lonely world in which he now seems, more and more, to exist: that of Memory. The Loop finds Roubaud returning to his earliest recollections, as well as considering the nature of memory itself, and the process--both merciful and terrible--of forgetting. Neither memoir nor novel, by turns playful and despairing, The Loop is a masterpiece of contemporary prose.
Category: Fiction

How Can I Let Go If I Don T Know I M Holding On

Author : Linda Douty
ISBN : 9780819226037
Genre : Religion
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Letting go isn’t just saying good-bye to people, places, and things–as important as they may be. It’s also about letting go of attitudes and ideas–such as perfectionism, resentment, worry, and judgmentalism–that keep us from growing in our relationships with God and others. Letting go is crucial to our spiritual–and emotional–health. In How Can I Let Go If I Don't Know I'm Holding On?, Linda Douty examines a variety of letting-go struggles and offers ways to move on to a deeper spirituality. Weaving together her own experiences and the stories of others, she offers strategies for letting go of the things that keep us from a deeper relationship with the Divine. With practical suggestions and updated versions of spiritual classics such as lectio divina, plus questions for study and reflection, this book is a rich resource for personal spiritual growth as well as for group study.
Category: Religion

Village Life And Labour

Author : Cecil G. Hutchinson
ISBN : 9780521166331
Genre : History
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This 1939 volume captures some of the traditions of English rural life during a time of increasing agricultural mechanisation.
Category: History