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Poverty By Bikram Singh
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This poem was rather an emotional outburst of the author's first hand experience of the condition of poor people in Asia and Africa. This is the description of a poverty-stricken woman fighting for... More > her life and that of her children in unimaginable circumstances.< Less
Poverty is an option By Jose Ohis Izeg
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Why do some people seem to attract so much success? I mean what does Bill Gates have that my drycleaner doesnt have? They both are men and both have brains! Why is poverty like an annoying shadow... More > that keeps following some people about? This book takes you into the laws of financial prosperity and shows you, using true life examples that truly; Poverty is an option!< Less
Wealth & Poverty By Imelda Ortega Suzara
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This is the 3rd sonnet book of a series with poems on money and poverty, and other subjects.
Poverty Is Greatness By Sanjay B Patel
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An inspiring book for all ages, in all seasons. It challenges one concerning the little use we make of our God given talet - the human mentality.
Product Of Poverty By Brian Duran
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Product of Poverty is a collection of poetry written in the course of a few years by a young man. Influenced by change and extreme desperation this book is a peak at the thrilling ride he calls life.
Progress And Poverty By HENRY GEORGE
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HENRY GEORGE Progress and Poverty Henry George was born at Philadelphia on September 2, 1839. After spending some years at sea, he reached California in 1858, became a printer, and later a journalist... More > and director of the public library in San Francisco. In 1871 he published "Our Land Policy," and this was afterwards developed into "Progress and Poverty: an Inquiry into the Causes of Industrial Depressions, and of Increase of Want with Increase of Wealth," issued in 1879.< Less
POVERTY IS AN OPTION By Jose Ohis Izeg
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Why do some people seem to attract so much success? I mean what does Bill Gates have that my drycleaner doesnt have? They both are men and both have brains! After all, rich or poor, we all have 1,440... More > minutes each day! Why is poverty like an annoying shadow that keeps following some people about? This book takes you into the laws of financial prosperity and shows you, using true life examples that truly; Poverty is an option!< Less
POVERTY IS AN OPTION By Jose Ohis Izeg
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Why do some people seem to attract so much success? I mean what does Bill Gates have that my drycleaner doesnt have? They both are men and both have brains! After all, rich or poor, we all have 1,440... More > minutes each day! Why is poverty like an annoying shadow that keeps following some people about? This book takes you into the laws of financial prosperity and shows you, using true life examples that truly; Poverty is an option!< Less
POVERTY OF IDEAS By USHONYE AYIM
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This book is in deed the darling of the intellectual.It is a self improvement/motivational literature.This work could plunge the Reader into the pool of ideas. Hence,deprieving him from a poverty of... More > ideas.We are adequately aware of the fact that the poorest man is not the man without a cent but the one without a vision.Therefore,ideas rule the world and poverty of it enslave the world.Get empower with useful ideas in this book.< Less
A Poem of Poverty By Edward A Murray
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“My mother had stitched sheets of newspaper - the Daily Worker - the newspaper of the proletariat - between old sheets to serve as a blanket for my bed. To move or turn over in bed brought a... More > rustle of newsprint that was a poem of poverty.” This is not the story of an establishment figure, one of the "good and the great", but of a child growing up in a working class family during the Great Depression. Edward was one of the common people, the makers of history whose extraordinary stories are all too often untold. Here he puts the story of his formative years on record, and the result is an enlightening and fascinating read.< Less