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More By Rob Scott
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Entrepreneurs defined America by finding latent capacity and capitalizing upon it. Plastics, invented in America, compromised the world’s ability to survive. Plastics caused every living thing... More > in the world to absorb and to pump micro particles through itself, plants, animals, everything accumulated plastics at the molecular level. Not even my trailer park was immune from plastics. Americans became the wealthiest beings on the planet and the most hated. When they went bankrupt, the civil unrest within America briefly caused anarchy until China invaded America and collected on its debts. The least, the last and the lost battle the Chinese.< Less
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Entrepreneurs defined America by finding latent capacity and capitalizing upon it. Plastics, invented in America, compromised the world’s ability to survive. Plastics caused every living thing... More > in the world to absorb and to pump micro particles through itself, plants, animals, everything accumulated plastics at the molecular level. Not even my trailer park was immune from plastics. Americans became the wealthiest beings on the planet and the most hated. When they went bankrupt, the civil unrest within America briefly caused anarchy until China invaded America and collected on its debts. The least, the last and the lost battle the Chinese.< Less
Utopia: Sir Thomas More’s Classic Book of Social and Political Satire, Depicting the Customs and Morals of a Utopian Society (Hardcover) By Thomas More & Gilbert Burnet
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Thomas More's classic of political philosophy depicts an island society where all residents lives in harmony with one another. Published in 1516, Utopia sees Sir Thomas More advances many tenets of... More > what he views to be a perfect society. His use of the word 'utopia' as the name of the harmonious island nation he writes about entered the popular vernacular, and is now used to describe any society where life is perfect for all of its inhabitants. More describes the social customs, means of transport, a lack of private property, trust between residents who do not lock their doors, a simple spartan lifestyle free of ostentation, a welfare state, free health care, a priesthood permitted to marry, and gender equality when it comes to matters of work. Those who commit crime are sentenced to slavery, with slaves also imported to carry out domestic duties in Utopia's households.< Less
Utopia: Sir Thomas More’s Classic Book of Social and Political Satire, Depicting the Customs and Morals of a Utopian Society By Thomas More & Gilbert Burnet
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Thomas More's classic of political philosophy depicts an island society where all residents lives in harmony with one another. Published in 1516, Utopia sees Sir Thomas More advances many tenets of... More > what he views to be a perfect society. His use of the word 'utopia' as the name of the harmonious island nation he writes about entered the popular vernacular, and is now used to describe any society where life is perfect for all of its inhabitants. More describes the social customs, means of transport, a lack of private property, trust between residents who do not lock their doors, a simple spartan lifestyle free of ostentation, a welfare state, free health care, a priesthood permitted to marry, and gender equality when it comes to matters of work. Those who commit crime are sentenced to slavery, with slaves also imported to carry out domestic duties in Utopia's households.< Less
Utopia By Sir Thomas More
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Utopia is a work of fiction by Thomas More published in 1516. English translations of the title include A Truly Golden Little Book, No Less Beneficial Than Entertaining, of the Best State of a... More > Republic, and of the New Island Utopia (literal) and A Fruitful and Pleasant Work of the Best State of a Public Weal, and of the New Isle Called Utopia (traditional). The book, written in Latin, is a frame narrative primarily depicting a fictional island society and its religious, social and political customs. Most scholars see it as some kind of comment or criticism of contemporary European society, for the evils of More's day are laid out in Book I and in many ways apparently solved in Book II. Indeed, Utopia has many of the characteristics of satire, and there are many jokes and satirical asides such as how honest people are in Europe, but these are usually contrasted with the simple, uncomplicated society of the Utopians. Kean Guides ,great books at a reasonable price.< Less
Distant voices, talking drums By The Poets of More Writers Abroad
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The Six Week, Long Distance, Poetry Project. The poems in this collection were written by six poets in six weeks. The ground covered was immense. From blank verse to villanelle. Across the globe,... More > voices joined to seek out new ways of capturing the essence of a personal message through poetic words and forms, some familiar and some less so. It was a journey of exploration and discovery. With spontaneity and deep thought, inspiration and motivation, these poets shared their ideas, their vision, and their passion. These talented poets are part of a larger writing community: More Writers Abroad. MWA is a friendly, diverse community of expatriated, like-minded authors. Active forums within the group create opportunities for projects such as this one. Applications for membership are always welcome. For details go to: www.morewritersabroad.spruz.com.< Less
Utopia By Sir Thomas More
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Sir Thomas More,(1478–1535),historical and political writer, was born in London. In his 16th year he was placed in the household of Morton, Archbishop of Canterbury, In 1497 he went to Oxford,... More > where he became the friend of Erasmus and others, and came in contact with the new learning. He studied law at New Inn and Lincoln’s Inn, and for some time thought of entering the Church. He was, however, in 1504 sent up to Parliament, where his powerful speaking gained for him a high place. Among his works are a Life of Picus, Earl of Mirandula [1510], and a History of Richard III., written about 1513. His great work, Utopia, was written in Latin in two books — the second 1515, and the first 1516. It had immediate popularity, and was translated into French 1530, English 1551, German 1524, Italian 1548, and Spanish 1790. It gives an account of an imaginary island and people, under cover of which it describes the social and political condition of England, with suggested remedies for abuses.< Less
American Literature Sourcebook, Second Semester By St. Thomas More Academy
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This is the second semester sourcebook for American Literature at St. Thomas More Academy in Raleigh, N.C.
Doctor Death Vs. The Secret Twelve, Volume 2 By Matthew Moring & Harold Ward
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For the first time, all five Doctor Death pulp adventures are collected in two volumes in this series authorized by the Ward estate. Volume 2 contains the two unpublished stories from 1935:... More > "Waves of Madness" and "The Red Mist of Death," both complete for the first time. Includes an all new introduction by Matthew Moring.< Less
Unconditionally Yours By More Than Words Creations
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This collection speaks of a "Luv" which transcends all seasons and you will begin to understand why his "Luv" is no four letter word.

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