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    communicate with each other and act like humans. Animal farm is a book concerned about the politics of leadership and the rise of fall of great leaders; also the events surrounding the Animal Farm are mirrored to the events that took place during the Russian Revolution. There is also a relevance and resemblance of the occurrences in the book with the operations of a business and business communication. Within the content of the book, there were many parallels identified that existed with business

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    Even though the book was first published almost a decade ago, it is still relevant today. The perspectives offered in the book are based on proven success of world class brands as told by top executives writes Tom Sitati in this review Brand Warriors. “Corporate Leaders Share their Winning Strategies”. This phrase that features prominently on the cover of the book, Brand Warriors, edited by Fiona Gilmore is an apt summary of what the book is about. Even though the book was first published almost

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    Your Name Professors Name Class Name Date the Assignment is Due American History Book Review Research Paper Blood, Money, and Power: How LBJ killed JFK, is an interesting non-fiction novel written by Barr McClellan. Barr McClellan was a lawyer who worked in President LBJ’s administration as an attorney clerk for National Labor Relations Board, and later on as a Commissioner lawyer of the Federal Power Commission. The novel uncovers the secret of a conspiracy that led to the death of President

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    Book Review: The Omnivore’s Dilemma Candace Casillo Devry University Professor Johnson 11/09/2012 In part one, Chapters one, two, and three of The Omnivore’s Dilemma, by Michael Pollan takes an in depth look of the history and sources of corn, a family farm in Iowa, and the economic pressures that influence farming and food policies. Part one showcases a captivating enlightening history with many descriptive qualities. Chapters one, two, and three are a perfect start to The Omnivore’s Dilemma

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    Journal of Management http://jom.sagepub.com/ Servant Leadership: A Review and Synthesis Dirk van Dierendonck Journal of Management 2011 37: 1228 originally published online 2 September 2010 DOI: 10.1177/0149206310380462 The online version of this article can be found at: http://jom.sagepub.com/content/37/4/1228 Published by: http://www.sagepublications.com On behalf of: Southern Management Association Additional services and information for Journal of Management can be found at: Email

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    Review of: David D. Freidman’s Law’s Order Chapters: 4. What’s Wrong With the World, Part 2 8. Games, Bargains, Bluffs, and Other Really Hard stuff 9. As Much as Your Life is Worth Abstract This book contains a different style of viewing not only the legal system through the eyes of an economist, but as some may take from it, different ways to perceive the interactions that are encountered daily in life. If there were only one human in the world, he/she could do as he/she pleased

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    Book Review - the Serving Leader

    THE SERVING LEADER A Review of The Serving Leader: 5 Powerful Actions That Will Transform Your Team, Your Business and Your Community Review of The Serving Leader CITATION Jennings, K., & Stahl-Wert, J. (2004). The Serving Leader: 5 Powerful Actions That Will Transform Your Team, Your Business and Your Community. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. MAJOR THESIS The book The Serving

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    A Book Review Presented to Mrs. Evangeline Arguelles In Partial Fulfillment Of the Subject Requirement In ENGLISH III MERIKA MONJORVA III-Courage 17 October 2012 I. INTRODUCTION The Hunger Games focuses more on Katniss Everdeen’s hardships and struggles for survival. She bravely faces challenges that come in her way, especially when dealing with life and death situations. Moreover, she also realizes that she must be strong and determined as she chooses a difficult path instead

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    Book Review: Button, Button: Uncanny Stories by Richard Matheson | | |Available from Tor in the US and UK | |Trade Paperback, 208 pages | |April 2008 | |Retail Price: $12.95 |

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    pasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnm Book Review Nickel and Dimed and the Working Poor 3/24/2013 NOEL RIOS | Abstract In this book review we were asked to read Nickel and Dimed by Ehrenich and The Working Poor by Shipler. After reading the two books throughout the first half of the semester I would like to answer; the reactions the readings gave to me. What impact did the books have on my thinking? Also describe the experiences of the people that are

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    The Sociopath Next Door Author: Martha Stout Book Review By: Nicole Hanks April 8, 2013 “1 in 25 ordinary Americans secretly has no conscience and can do anything at all without feeling guilty. Who is the devil you know?” “A chilling accurate portrayal of evil—the decent person’s guide to indecency.” Jonathan Kellerman If a sociopath lives next door, don't go over for coffee. In fact, don't admit to them that you drink coffee, don't talk to them, and for the love of all that's holy, don't ever

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    Successful Strategy Execution | Book Review | | Introduction: Gary Harpst was one of the founder and CEO of The Lord’s Business Inc.(TLB), aka Solomon Software, very popular software back in the 80's and early 90's when the PC industry was very young. He grew his business from startup to achieve great success, finally selling the company to Great Plains Software (since purchased by Microsoft) for a hefty sum (Bergin Tim, An Interview with GARY HARPST). Gary’s book, “Six Disciplines Execution Revolution:

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    Book Review Public Administration in Perspective: Theory and Practice Through Multiple Lenses by Dr. David John Farmer. [Name] [Affiliated institution] Public Administration in Perspective: Theory and Practice Through Multiple Lenses chapter 6-8. Dr. John David Farmer presents some good piece of work in his book on Public Administration in Perspective: Theory and Practice Through Multiple Lenses. Numerous facts can be drawn from this book. Dr. Farmer juxtaposes the eleven perspectives

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    Book Review Leading at a Higher Level examines the concept of leading with a higher purpose, which requires a compelling vision and a philosophy that the development of people is equally important to that of performance. Author Ken Blanchard challenges readers to lead by asking themselves who they are, what they stand for, and how they can take the initiative even if they don’t have position power. When I first started Leading at a Higher Level I expected it to be well written and informative

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    《DUMB LUCK》 Review In Dumb Luck, a lonely misfit who is “sleepwalking through” Grade 11 does what almost everyone else just dreams of: he wins the lottery. Such an event has the potential to turn anyone’s life around, but as the novel’s hero finds out, it’s a good idea to be careful what you wish for. When Brandon falls out of a tree two days before his 18th birthday, the doctor tells him he’s lucky, so he buys a lottery ticket and wins $3 million. Suddenly, all the cool guys say hi to him

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    Book Review Book Name: Performance Management: A Strategic and Integrated Approach to Achieve Success Authors: Michael Armstrong & Angela Baron Publication: JAICO Publication House, 2012 Approach: * Strategic in the sense that it is concerned with the broader issues facing the business if it is to function effectively in its environment and with the general direction in which it intends to go to achieve longer-term goals. * Integrated in four senses: * Vertical integration-

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    St. Rita’s College of Balingasag Balingasag, Misamis Oriental College Department Book Review on CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY By Roald Dahl Submitted by: Rusty B. Dominise Submitted to: Ms. Sheehan Mae Author October 11, 2012 CHARACTERS: Willy Wonka  the owner of the biggest chocolate factory in the world and the genius in candies and sweets making Charlie Bucket  the poor young fellow who was very lucky Augustus Gloop  the very fat child

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    progressive state which sadly stills lives among inequalities. Harbouring on being slightly monotonous, the book presents a sordid mixture of injustice, corruption and class struggle. Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger has been a phenomenon which has made Aravind the second youngest writer and only the fourth winner of Man Booker Prize on debut. This has been corroborated with the fact that his book has been on the New York Times bestseller list. About Aravind Adiga Aravind Adiga’s joins the rank of

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    Book Review by Martha Hall Findlay, March 2011 Approaching Public Administration – Core Debates and Emerging Issues Edited by Roberto P. Leone (Wilfrid Laurier University) and Frank L.K. Ohemeng (University of Ottawa); 2011, Emond Montgomery Publications I recommend this book to all Members of Parliament. I will go further, and suggest that it should be mandatory reading for all Ministers. As an MP, I was very pleased to be asked to read it and to provide my thoughts. As I responded when first asked

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    Book Review: Alchemist By Paulo Coelho About the Author: Paulo Coelho is a Brazilian lyricist and novelist. He is one of the most widely read authors of the world. He is a recipient of numerous international awards. The Alchemist is one best-selling book in the history and it is translated into 71 different languages. Story of the book:

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    Stacey Daly Diego, Run! Book review/evaluation Diego, Run!, written by Deborah Ellis, was released in Australia, In May 2007. The novel takes you on a moving journey; it makes you realise what people’s lives are like and what your life could be like if you lived in drained countries like Bolivia. All the main character, Diego really wants to do is get him and his family out of prison, as this is where he lives with his baby sister and mother. Diego and his family are in the prison because they

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    BOOK REVIEW | LOSING THE BATTLE AGAINST ISLAMIC RADICALISM | | Raghav Sharma Research Intern, IPCS Descent into Chaos: How the War against Islamic Extremism is Being Lost in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Central Asia Ahmed RashidPenguin Books, 2008Pages: lviii+ 484 Price: Rs. 495  | |   | The timing and the title of the Ahmed Rashid's latest book could not have been more appropriate. It comes at a critical juncture as the US shifts into election mode marked by politically-charged debates

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    The Servant Leader by James A Autry As I started reading this book I couldn’t help but feel a sense of déjà vu. Why were the thoughts and ideas being shared so familiar? Then I realized something, much like the author’s recollection of what his grandmother said. Many of these ideas were things that I had heard from my parents when I was growing up. I cannot count the number of times my father has encouraged me to be myself and true to myself and follow the right path regardless of the adversities

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    Communication Assignment Points: 140pts Assignment Weighting: 14% of total course points Outline 40 pts Paper 100 pts Assignment Overview You will review and critique one of the short books about change management, identified below. The books are all very quick and easy to read and are readily available through libraries or second hand book sellers online: Who Moved My Cheese. Author: Ken Blanchard. Our Iceberg is Melting. Authors: John Kotter & Holger Rathgeber Fish Sticks. Authors:

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    Critical Book Review: States and Markets Susan Strange 1993 Susan Strange wrote States and Markets in 1994 and it was amazingly predictive of the future of the Internal Political Economy or Global Political Economy (IPE or GPE). Although there are some blind spots in her theory and mode, and she was not able to predict many things. She was still able to accurately describe the four main structures, which affect structural and relational power structures thereby directly affecting IPE. *

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    INDIVIDUAL DYNAMICS AND LEADERSHIP – BOOK REVIEW The Difficulty of Being Good by Gurcharan Das   CONTENT S. No. Topic Page No. 1. Introduction and summary 1 2. Objective of study 1 3. Method of study 1 4. Critical Analysis of Chapters 2 4.1 Duryodhana’s Envy 2 4.2 Draupadi’s Courage 2 4.3 Yudhishthira’s Duty 3 4.4 Yudhishthira’s Remorse 4 4.5 Arjuna’s Despair 5 4.6 Krishna’s Guile 6 4.7 Bhishma’s Selflessness 6 4.8 Karna’s Status Anxiety 7 4.9 Conclusion 8 5. Key Learning

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    January 2013 For my book review I choose to do “Leadership” by Rudolph Giuliani. Rudolph Giuliani is an American lawyer, businessman, and politician. He is most notably known for being the mayor of New York City from 1994 to 2001 where he was credited with bringing about huge improvements to the quality of life in New York City which incorporated a huge reduction of crime. He also gained attention internationally for his leadership in New York City during the 9/11 attacks. Mayor Giuliani was

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    Shadae Childress 11/20/14 Book Review LDSP 395 The Metaphysical Club Beliefs, facts, and theories all play a part in our society. What we think is right and what we think is wrong can be different from somebody else’s views just because of the way they may interpret it or the way they may look at it. Religion itself directs certain individuals to a path that says that God is the reason for everything while scientists may disagree with such findings because of the facts that they have reached

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    What is Servant Leadership? “The servant leader is servant first, it begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first.” - an excerpted line from the essay of Robert K. Green leaf titled The Servant as Leader. In our society, a leader is often depicted as one who has the highest authority in exercising power. The one who halts at the top of the society’s pyramid. As defined in the Webster’s Dictionary; a leader is a person who leads. Leadership, on the other hand, is defined

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    BOOK REVIEW ONE MINUTE MANAGER - DR. KENNETH H. BLANCHARD, PhD - DR. SPENCER JOHNSON, M.D. Submitted By: JOHN ROBIN H. ALVAREZ Submitted To: DR. NICK MARASIGAN Description about the Authors Dr. Kenneth Blanchard • He is the chairman of Blanchard Training and Development, Inc. (BTD), is an internationally known author, educator and consultant/trainer. • He is the co-author of the highly acclaimed and most widely used text on leadership and organization behavior

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    Read this (this thing 1 cm. below) P. J. O’Rourke, the political satirist, reviews in this issue a new book about Starbucks. He told us, in an e-mail exchange, how he brews his own reviews: “I read something I’m reviewing the same way I read other things except more so. That is, I already keep a commonplace book (a file folder, really) for quotations, ideas, information, etc. If I’m going to write a review I mark the work for myself, but besides underlining what interests me I also underline

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    4-MAT BOOK REVIEW Name Course Date 4-MAT Book Review Abstract In her book, Practicing Greatness, McNeal demonstrates how successful spiritual leaders are devoted consciously to seven spiritual disciplines, customs of mind and heart that profile their character and competence.[1] The book serves as a reminder to the spiritual leaders that they will either self-select into or out of greatness. The seven disciplines distilled by McNeal are;

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    1. Good Review – The good review I found was on goodreads.com for Life of Pi. The author of the review did not regurgitate the synopsis found on the back of the book nor laden the review with spoilers, but rather gave his/her opinion on the book, the narrative style, writing and structure and what was enjoyable about the book for him/her. 2. Bad Review – I found a bad review on amazon.com for The Girl on the Train. The reviewer, J.Regan, noted that the story was well written, that it keeps the

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    Business for the Glory of God: The Bible’s Teaching on the Moral Goodness of Business Book Review Nathan Minor Liberty University The book that is under review is “Business for the Glory of God: The Bible’s Teaching on the Moral Goodness of Business” by Wayne Grudem. It is a useful resource for looking at business from different prospects. First off, it addresses a view on relationships between business and religion. Secondly, it shows how different philosophies connect. Lastly, Mr. Grudem

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    Book Review: Andrew Ross Sorkin's Too Big To Fail The financial struggles of 2008 led to myriad books on why the crack-up occurred, and many have been reviewed here. Andrew Ross Sorkin, a writer for the New York Times, approaches what happened differently.  He has written a very interesting behind-the-scenes account of the people within government and finance who saw the crisis up close. For those interested in what went down behind closed doors, Sorkin's “ Too Big To Fail”  is essential.

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    Division of Cavite CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY Pulo II, Cavite City BOOK REVIEW In Principles of Guidance and Counseling Submitted by: . Nerissa A. Bocalan Submitted to: Mrs. Cristina Baesa Professor March 28, 2015 About the book The title of the book is “Transformative Interventions in Managing Effectively (Human Resources). The author of this book is Gabriel G. Uriarte, Ph.D. The author also called his book in an acronym T.I.M.E. It was distributed and published by San Gabriel

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    supported by the POS? 10. Does the POS offer sales forecasting? References Stahlberg, M., & Maila, V. (2012). Shopper marketing: How to increase purchase decisions at the point of sale, second edition. London, U.K: Kogan Page. Shopify Review 2015 | Point of Sale Systems. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://pos-systems-review.toptenreviews.com/shopify-review.html POS Software Evaluation & Selection for Retail POS System. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.infotivity.com/retail-pos-system-software

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    Purpose of Servant Leaders

    Entrepreneurship proposes a few new scientific measures that future entrepreneurs can examine. When Servant Becomes Leader It proceeds with a synopsis of key focuses in servant administration writing. In order to become a leader one must understand what it means to be a servant. A great leader know that he, or she is only are great as those who work alongside them and those her or she serve. As a leader moral and integrity along with God is a key for success. A person should never seek leadership

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    Bryce Beeman HIUS 222-B02 9/21/15 An American Soldier in World War 1: Book Review World War 1 was supposed to be the war to end all wars, but what it really did was propel the world into a generation of military innovation which lead to World War 2. It created a military monster in the United States and put them at the forefront of all world issues to come. Although many books and memoirs of the war have been written, there have been few that encompass a personal perspective along with providing

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    Ashley Despard Spanish 100 December 8, 2014 Book Review Response 1.  Is there a unique or singular Hispanic/Latino Identity? Why or why not? Personally I don’t see what the big issue is over this question. I don’t think that someone should be labeled something just because they are from a different area then you. It then leads to conflict (e.g racism) 2.  What are the definitions of Latino/Hispanic/Latin American? Do you agree or disagree with the positions expressed below?

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    Third Issue Article 7 2-1-2012 Book Reviews Various Authors Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/eleu Part of the Biblical Studies Commons, Philosophy Commons, and the Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion Commons Recommended Citation Various Authors (2012) "Book Reviews," Eleutheria: Vol. 2: Iss. 1, Article 7. Available at: http://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/eleu/vol2/iss1/7 This Book Review is brought to you for free and open access

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    A Cautious Enthusiasm, at first glance, speaks to the nature of Evangelicalism within the southern settlements of the New World. Though after further review, the book itself is not just about the inclusion of Evangelicalism, but the comparison of the religious viewpoints of that and other religious perspectives being adhered to during the 1700’s in colonial America. Quakers, Protestants, Catholics, and even the Moravian all sought acceptance in the New World territories, but the main argument behind

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    The Servant-Leader

    MGT 5133: Management of Organizational Behavior The Servant Leader 2/16/2016 I. Introduction This essay will describe the true meaning of servant leadership. How the servant leader is inspired and performed his/her job within the health care organization? The paper will also inform readers of how each individual can unleash the servant within described by Larry Spears in his book “Reflections on Leadership.” Everyone has a deep need for serving, sometimes adults find it very difficult

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    Name Professor Course Date Book report- Good to Great Good to Great is a book written by Jim Collins. It is a management book which describes how companies change from being the normal average companies to being greater than they anticipated while others do not go through that transition. It is one of the most successful books published for businesses. The title itself gives the reader the summary of what to expect; how to change a good company into a great company. It is clear to see how

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    Fall 2003 connectionsFALL03 3 Process Cyan Process Magenta Process Yellow Camellia Cosgray can be reached via e-mail at camelliacosgray@hotmail.com Connections: a Journal of the National School Reform Faculty A Book Review – Carol Nejman, Pennsylvania M ichael Fullan’s latest book, The New Meaning of Educational Change, reads much like a college text or required reading. The storyline is not full of personal accounts, but the message is outstanding. In this edition, Fullan clearly identifies

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    Servant Leader

    CHRISTIAN WORLDVIEW: REAL SERVANT LEADERS           1    Christian Worldview:  Real Leaders Serve    A requirement for being a servant leader is to be a Christian.   To be a Christian, one  must follow in the footsteps of Jesus Christ by being baptized.  After baptism, God has several  expectations for Christians to fulfill which are living a Christian life and openly sharing  information about God.  Nancy Pearcey the author of ​ Total Truth​  states, “A servant leader  creates an atmosphere 

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    Management Books. NO OF COPIES SOLD: it has sold more than 15 million copies in 38 languages since first publication. OTHER BOOKS: Covey has written a number of follow-up books: * First Things First * Principle Centered Leadership * The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness, a sequel to The Seven Habits published in 2004 * The Leader in Me, a book on using the seven habits for young children, especially in schools, published in 2008. TYPE OF BOOK: self help book PURPOSE OF

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    Home * Books * Authors * Ideas * Lists * Bookchooser * Lucky dip! * About us Book review The Supernaturalist by Eoin Colfer(2004) It's a funny thing. Eoin Colfer writes the kind of book that's so easy to read your eyes just slide along the lines. The story skids along so fast you never quite know when to pause for breath - so you don't. You don't put the book down until you've finished it. And when you've finished it you're pretty sure you've read a funny book, except

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    Tamiwe H. Sichinga Book Review The End of Prosperity- Arthur B Laffer, Stephen Moore, and Peter Moore The End of Prosperity is one of most informative book to be read, it has both economic facts, and controversies especially when it come to the country’s economic status --people respond to the incentives. The book or the authors appear to be against the notion of President Obama’s leadership in regards to economic policy. I wouldn’t be surprised if the writers are more republicans than anything

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