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The Doorman By Chase Christiansen
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The Evening Doorman By Greg Gutierrez
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In, The Evening Doorman, the protagonist, River, is the philosophical evening doorman at a five star hotel in Newport Beach. At the hotel he observes the eccentric, sordid, and sometimes beautiful... More > behavior of the rich and famous. He spends his free time looking at homeless shelters searching for his heroin addict mother. He had been taken from her at the age of seven by child protective services. In the opening pages River crosses a violent biker and is hunted by him throughout the novel. Early in the book, River meets a young boy named Sol. Upon their first meeting Sol asks River to be his dad...< Less
Donny and the Doorman's Nightmare By Shawn Stewart
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This is Donny the doorman. He works in a movie theater. His job is to pick up trash in-between shows. Usually, it's a pretty easy job. But one night, late last summer, it got kind of creepy.
He's Not A Doorman (Trade Softcover) By David Burgess
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This book is intended as a kind of field guide for civilians that work with or socialize with military members on a relatively infrequent basis. The military may well be strange and have its own... More > customs and courtesies, but it isn't a completely foreign country. By understanding the basis for these customs and knowing what to expect, you won't feel lost. This, in turn. will help you understand what your son, daughter, wife, husband, or grandchildren are talking about. It might also help you relax around military people so that you can better enjoy your time with them. There are lots of tips in the book, including information on how the military leave system works, why some people salute and others don't, how to refer to and introduce retired military folks, and why your military member seems preoccupied with certain aspects of a lifestyle that you might not be familiar with. There are chapters on military weddings, funerals, customs and courtesies, disabled veterans, the uniform, and the buddies.< Less
Crisis, Economics, and the Emperor's Clothes By Frans Doorman
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Why isn’t society doing better economically, socially and environmentally? Why haven the advances of science and technology not led to more wealth, well-being and a brighter outlook for... More > humanity? This book argues the blame lies for an important part in the theory and practice of economics. Standard economics is based on poorly conceived premises and method, resulting in misguided policy prescriptions. These helped cause the 2007 crisis, inhibit economic recovery, foster future crises, and restrain society in addressing its social and environmental problems. The book shows that what is considered responsible economic, financial and fiscal policy puts society in an economic straightjacket that prevents the full development of its productive potential. It presents the outline of a new economics, a social science that can help generate the productive potential to create a dynamic, socially equitable and environmentally sustainable society.< Less
The Common Sense Manifesto By Frans Doorman
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The Common Sense Manifesto aims to contribute to sustainable development: the process aimed at creating a society that is economically and socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable. It... More > offers the outlines of a Fourth Way, an alternative to right and left wing ideology that aims to rebuild economics, both to lead the global economy out of the 2007 economic and financial crisis and to free the productive potential of society for addressing society’s economic, social and environmental problems. The manifesto presents a framework for a new economics: a social science that gives better insight in how economies function while yielding policies that will help unlock humanity’s productive potential for meeting society’s social, economic and environmental challenges. This manifesto is an abridged version of the book Crisis, Economics and the Emperor’s Clothes. Why economics fails to deal with society’s economic, environmental and social problems, and what to do about it.< Less
The Common Sense Manifesto By Frans Doorman
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The Common Sense Manifesto aims to contribute to sustainable development: the process aimed at creating a society that is economically and socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable. It... More > offers the outlines of a Fourth Way: an alternative to right and left wing ideology that aims to rebuild economics to lead the global economy out of the 2007 economic and financial crisis, by using the world's productive potential for addressing society's social, environmental and economic problems. The manifesto summarizes the shortcomings of traditional economics and presents a framework for a new economics: a social science that gives better insight in how economies function. Moreover, a set of policies is sketched that will help unlock humanity’s productive potential for meeting society’s social, economic and environmental challenges.< Less
Crisis, Economics and the Emperor's Clothes By Frans Doorman
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Why isn’t society doing better economically, socially and environmentally? Why have the advances in science and technology not led to more wealth, well-being and a brighter outlook for... More > humanity? This book argues part of the blame lies with the theory and practice of economics. Standard economics is based on poorly conceived premises and method, resulting in misguided policy prescriptions. These helped cause the 2007 crisis, inhibit economic recovery, foster future crises, and restrain society in addressing its social and environmental problems. The book shows that what is considered responsible economic, financial and fiscal policy puts society in an economic straightjacket that prevents the full development of its productive potential. It presents the outline of a new economics, a social science that can help generate the productive potential to create a dynamic, socially equitable and environmentally sustainable society.< Less
Our Money By Frans Doorman
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This booklet is about money and our monetary system. It outlines the current system, indicates how it hinders us in addressing our economic, social and environmental problems, and gives pointers on... More > what to do about it. The aim of this booklet is to contribute to the creation of a new monetary system that serves all people rather than the lucky few and contributes to economically sound, socially equitable and environmentally sustainable development. As such it is part of a range of initiatives in various countries to put the current monetary system up for discussion and replace it by a better one. There is, however, still a long way to go in getting our monetary system at the top of the political and public agenda. This booklet aims to contribute to getting it there, not only because of the inequities of the current system but also, and especially so, because changing the system is essential for addressing society’s environmental, social and economic problems.< Less
Our Money By Frans Doorman
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This booklet is about money and our monetary system. It outlines the current system, indicates how it hinders us in addressing our economic, social and environmental problems, and gives pointers on... More > what to do about it. The aim of this booklet is to contribute to the creation of a new monetary system that serves all people, not just the lucky few, and contributes to economically sound, socially equitable and environmentally sustainable development. As such it is part of a range of initiatives in various countries to put the current monetary system up for discussion and replace it by a better one. There is, however, still a long way to go in getting our monetary system at the top of the political and public agenda. This booklet aims to contribute to getting it there, not only because of the inequities of the current system but also, and especially so, because changing the system is essential for addressing society’s environmental, social and economic challenges.< Less