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“The Power of Half” by Kevin and Hannah Salwen

The Power of Half is a book that might revolutionize the charity system. This is a story about a family of wealth and the receptiveness of the parents to the daughter’s ideas and thinking. This family lived the luxurious life … Continue reading

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Prescription for Success: The Life and Values of Ewing Marion Kauffman

Ewing Kauffman grew up as a farm boy in Missouri. Ewing spent part of his early life  in the United States Navy.  After the military experience he married Marguerite, with whom two children, Larry and Marion were born. Ewing lived in … Continue reading

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Enter the Past Tense by Roland Haas

After his early life in Germany and the bullying high school life he received after his immigration, Roland Haas entered Purdue University on a ROTC scholarship. It didn’t take long for the CIA to approach him for a request to … Continue reading

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Blackwater by Jeremy Scahill

I became fascinated with Blackwater as I heard so much about the connection between the Administration and this private company’s relationship and lucrative contract with the United States. This is a story of a government hiring contractors to do much … Continue reading

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The Spring Habit by David Hanson

This a wonderful book that celebrates a woman who has broken into male dominated sports. This is a story about Jackie Mitchell who achieved some element of success in the early stages of major league baseball. It celebrates her story and … Continue reading

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