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Author:
Genre: Job vacancies
Publisher:
ISBN: IND:30000092185895
Book Pages: 3
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Author: John Lorinc
Genre: Franchises (Retail trade)
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 0134556933
Book Pages: 367
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Author: Senator Tim Scott
Genre: Political Science
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 9781546059127
Book Pages: 304
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Senator Tim Scott knows adversity. As the son of a single mother from North Charleston, South Carolina, he struggled to get through school and had his dreams of a college football career shattered by a car wreck. But thanks to his mother and a few mentors along the way, he learned that "failure isn't failure unless you quit." He also learned that it's hard work and perseverance, not a government handout, that will get you ahead in life. Today, Senator Scott is the only black Republican in the Senate, and he believes that investment and commerce are the best ways to rebuild our most impoverished communities. This is the idea behind his signature piece of legislation, the "opportunity zones" program, which President Trump has strongly endorsed. The program provides tax incentives for businesses that invest in low-income urban areas, seeking to replace things like welfare and government assistance. In Opportunity Knocks, Senator Scott will tell his life story with a focus on adversity and opportunity. He will teach readers about the principles of hard work and hope while addressing the dangers of veering too far toward socialist policies. The book will also not shy away from discussions of racism and racial inequality in the United States and will recount some of Senator Scott's own brushes with racism as well as the many discussions he's had with people who want to help, including President Trump.


Author: Pat Mesiti
Genre: Self-actualization (Psychology)
Publisher:
ISBN: 0958733619
Book Pages: 100
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Author: Alison Sweeney
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Hachette Books
ISBN: 9780316261593
Book Pages: 256
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"In Opportunity Knocks, Sweeney captures the insanity of Hollywood in the perfect blend of fun, intrigue, and romance."---Portia De Rossi, actress and New York Times bestselling author of Unbearable Lightness Alex Cleary has careened from one dead-end position to another. But suddenly the ingenious makeup artist finds her distinct talents are valued by none other than lifestyle-empire mogul Hillary P.--renowned for her golden touch in broadcast and print media, as well as for her hair-trigger temper. It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to join the daytime television scene that Alex is determined not to screw up. Then a frank word in the wrong ear puts Alex's job on the line. Alex anticipates Hillary's rage, but she can't believe that this multimillionaire is holding her newest staffer to a nondisclosure agreement that demands reparation of 5 million dollars. Alex has only 48 hours to repair the damage. And with a vengeful Hillary P. watching the clock, the devil will have her due...


Author: Linda Black Blake
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1462838405
Book Pages:
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Author: Melvin Mandell
Genre: Religion
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781414073811
Book Pages: 272
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Author: Michael Frank
Genre: Open spaces
Publisher:
ISBN: PSU:000053857002
Book Pages: 12
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Author: Robert A. Solo
Genre: Business & Economics
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
ISBN: 0873327748
Book Pages: 207
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Primarily concerned with how the US government can outwit its former allies in the rush to exploit their former common enemy. Considers the US sluggishness in technological innovation, flaws in education and labor management, the dangers of free trade, and resource depletion. Annotation copyright Bo


Author: Robert A. Solo
Genre: Business & Economics
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781315489070
Book Pages: 216
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Primarily concerned with how the US government can outwit its former allies in the rush to exploit their former common enemy. Considers the US sluggishness in technological innovation, flaws in education and labor management, the dangers of free trade, and resource depletion. Annotation copyright Bo