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Reagan on Leadership : Executive Lessons from the Great Communicator
james m. strock

Prima Lifestyles, 1998

Ronald Reagan was elected to lead a dispirited country that had lost its way. Overseas, governments tottered in the face of an expansive Soviet empire, and U.S. citizens fell prey to cold-blooded terrorists. At home, a listless economy produced more unemployment than jobs, and a demoralized military hunkered down in timidity. America had become a land of limits rather than of opportunity. "If you measure leadership of the American presidency in ...
  
  











  



  
The Race Card: White Guilt, Black Resentment, and the Assault on Truth and Justice
Peter Collier, David Horowitz

Prima Lifestyles, 1997

This collection of provocative essays, edited by bestselling authors Peter Collier and David Horowitz, explores how Martin Luther King's dream of a color-blind society is being undermined by black separatists and others who profit from the cynical exploitation of racial pride. The writers expose the underside of this new Afrocentrism—the crackpot theories, the bullying of dissent, the naked appeals to violence. Three themes emerge: • ...
  
  











  



  
Internal Cleansing: Rid Your Body of Toxins and Return to Vibrant Good Health
Linda Berry

Prima Lifestyles, 1997

In her new book, Internal Cleansing, author Linda Berry warns that stress, poor food choices, and the environmental toxins that surround us could be causing serious illness. Berry offers sound advice and practical techniques for ridding the body of the many harmful additives and synthetic compunds that find their way into our air, food, and water. Internal Cleansing is an excellent resource that offers specific recommendations and ...
  
  











  



  
Paddle to the Amazon
Don Starkell

Prima Lifestyles

It was crazy. It was unthinkable. It was the adventure of a lifetime. When Don and Dana Starkell left Winnipeg in a tiny three-seater canoe, they had no idea of the dangers that lay ahead. Two years and 12,180 miles later, father and son had each paddled nearly twenty million strokes, slept on beaches, in jungles and fields, dined on tapir, shark, and heaps of roasted ants. They encountered piranhas, wild pigs, and hungry alligators. They were ...
  
  











  



  
Adult Children Who Won't Grow Up: How to Finally Cut the Cord That Binds You
Cindy Graves, Larry V. Stockman

Prima Lifestyles, 1990

For every child who's a successfully independent young adult, there's another who can't quite get it together. This book provides a nonjudgmental and highly effective approach to dealing with children who won't grow up.
  
  











  



  
Natural Health Bible: From the Most Trusted Source in Health Information, Here is Your A-Z Guide to Over 200 ...
Steven Bratman, David J. Kroll, ...

Prima Lifestyles, 1999

Did you know that there are safe and effective natural treatments for many of today's most common health conditions? Recent scientific studies suggest that many herbs, vitamins, and supplements not only may promote better health but may also be powerful weapons in the battle against specific diseases. With The Natural Pharmacist: Natural Health Bible, you'll discover what the therapeutic wonders of natural medicine can do for you. Inside, ...
  
  











  



  
The Comic Book Heroes: The First History of Modern Comic Books - From the Silver Age to the Present
Gerard Jones, Will Jacobs

Prima Lifestyles, 1996

The Comic Book Heroes begins with that first issue of the Flash, an event that would alter American pop culture forever. It’s the story both of the superheroes and their all-too-human creators. From "the avuncular chipmunk," Julius Schwartz, to Todd McFarlane and his bloody Spawn, the writers, artists, and editors have cast the heroes for generations of American kids in the mold of their own personalities and inner struggles. From the ...
  
  











  



  
Walt Disney World with Kids, 2000
Kim Wright Wiley

Prima Lifestyles, 1999

With the help of more than 300 families, kid-travel expert Kim Wright Wiley has compiled the ultimate family guide to the Magic Kingdom and other Orlando theme parks. She offers touring plans for families with children of different ages and interests, and rates attractions and rides by their age-related suitability and "scare" factor. Inside you'll find: • Money-saving tips, such as the little-known way to save up to 20% at Disney-owned ...
  
  











  



  
The New Success Rules for Women: 10 Surefire Strategies for Reaching Your Career Goals
Susan L. Abrams

Prima Lifestyles, 2000

Wouldn't you like to spend time with the top women in business to learn their "secrets" to success? What risks do they take? What choices have they made? And what advice do they have for you? In The New Success Rules for Women, Susan Abrams answers these questions and provides 10 rules for achieving your career goals. She brings the rules to life through anecdotes about the experiences of 45 women—married, single, with children, and ...
  
  











  



  
Seven Strategies for Wealth and Happiness
Jim Rohn

Prima Lifestyles, 1988

Some people believe that they have to choose between wealth and happiness. This is not true. Wealth and happiness spring from the same fountain of abundance. To unlock this fountain, this title offers you seven key strategies for success.
  
  











  



  
The Record Shelf Guide to Classical CDs and Audiocassettes, 4th Revised and Expa nded Edition (Insider's ...
Jim Svejda

Prima Lifestyles, 1994

Jim Svejda has done it again! In this fully revised and expanded edition of The Record Shelf Guide to Classical CDs and Audiocassettes, the irreverent and opinionated author guides readers to more of the best in classical music. Host of the long-running American Public Radio show The Record Shelf, Svejda has assembled this comprehensive guide alphabetically by composer. Meant to be used as a reference manual, Svejdaa concentrates mainly on ...
  
  











  



  
The Intelligent Negotiator: What to Say, What to Do, How to Get What You Want--Every Time
Charles Craver

Prima Lifestyles, 2002

Nearly every professional interaction you have during your career will involve a negotiation of some sort. Whether you're closing a million-dollar deal with a client, bargaining over your own terms of employment, or delegating duties among your coworkers, the key to successful negotiation is possessing intelligence. But intelligence doesn't mean just having smarts. It means knowing your opponents inside and out: how they respond under stress, ...
  
  











  



  
Regina's Vegetarian Table : Over 200 Full-Flavored and Easy-To-Prepare Recipes
Regina Campbell

Prima Lifestyles, 1998

Regina Campbell's philosophy of dining is simple: Enjoy! For over eight years she has been developing her recipes with one goal in mind: to make vegetarian cooking a pleasurable and practical reality for everyone to enjoy. So she set out to create recipes that explode the myth that vegetarian cooking is a time-consuming hassle. By combining fresh ingredients with perfectly acceptable frozen and other convenient substitutes, she has perfected ...
  
  











  



  
Prescription for Success: The Rexall Showcase International Story and What It Means to You
James W. Robinson

Prima Lifestyles, 1999

Rexall Showcase International—the direct selling arm of Rexall Sundown—is changing forever the face of network marketing. In a little over eight years, this booming company and its legion of distributors have revolutionized the $18-billion-a-year natural health and wellness industry along with the $80-billion direct-selling industry, flooding the market with exciting new products that have attracted consumers around the world. Most ...
  
  











  



  
Bride's Guide to Emotional Survival
Rita Bigel-Casher Ph.D.

Prima Lifestyles, 1995

If her mother is acting miffed, her fiance is feeling left out, her maid of honor isn’t speaking to her, and her future in-laws still insist on a polka band, or if she’s simply a bride, she needs to read Bride’s Guide to Emotional Survival ! She wants it to be the perfect wedding: a sunny day, a beautiful dress, an attentive maid of honor, a gorgeous cake, and a chapel filled with flowers, friends, family, and loved ones. But, how does ...
  
  











  



  
The Great Black Jockeys
Edward Hotaling

Prima Lifestyles, 1999

More than a century before Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in major league baseball, black athletes were dominating America's first national sport. The sport was horse racing, and the greatest jockeys of all were slaves and the sons of slaves. Cheered by thousands of Americans in the North and South, they rode to victory in all of the major stakes, including the very first Kentucky Derby. Although their glory days ranged from the early ...
  
  











  



  
The Compassion of Dogs: True Stories of Animal Courage and Kindness
Kim Dearth

Prima Lifestyles, 2002

It has long been said that a dog is a person's best friend, and how true that is. To many, though, the canine-human relationship goes far deeper than friendship. It is the ultimate reflection of a mutual and unconditional level of commitment and of a dog's ability to become one with its human. It is a relationship of love, care, and loyalty that penetrates the soul, softens the heart, and generates an inseparable emotional bond. The Compassion ...
  
  











  



  
The First Book of Baking: More Than 200 Classic Recipes and Practical Baking Tips
Jeanne Besser

Prima Lifestyles, 1997

Boston cream pie, German chocolate cake, and streusel-topped blueberry muffins —the time-tested recipes that everyone grew up with. Just the aroma of them baking brings back memories and stirs emotions. But where have recipes for these simplistic classics gone? Unlike most cookbooks that tend to overlook or transform the basics beyond recognition, The First Book of Baking by specialty baker Jeanne Besser provides America's most ...
  
  











  



  
Great Bowls of Fire: The World's Spiciest Soups, Chilies, Stews, and Hot Pots
Jay Solomon

Prima Lifestyles, 1997

If you enjoy food that bites back, then Great Bowls of Fire is for you! Jay Solomon , one of the hottest cookbook authors and chefs around, presents fiery, international feasts that you can easily prepare in a single pot. Check out this sizzling sampling from more than 150 surefire-hit dishes:Sunset Potato Bisque New Mexico Chili-Stew Bourbon Street Jambalaya Super Bowl of Red Latin America and the Caribbean Macho Gazpacho Borracho Beans ...
  
  











  



  
Letters of a Businessman to His Son
G. Kingsley Ward

Prima Lifestyles, 1990

A book which offers practical advice on the ethics and morality of dealing in business.
  
  











  








   



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