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What the credit bureaus don’t tell you can cost you thousands. Jason Rich unearths these dirty little secrets in this tell-all expose’ aimed at immediately improving your credit report. Whether you have credit problems, are trying to establish credit or want to improve your credit score, this previously undisclosed advice can help you save hundreds, perhaps thousands of dollars every month.
An exploration of the life and works of one of America's most original composers.
SCANDALS, DECEPTION AND DIRTY SECRETS. HOW FAR WILL THESE THREE WOMEN GO TO STAY ON TOP OF THEIR GAME. FROM COMPETING WITH OTHER WIVES FOR THEIR HUSBANDS. TO DOING DIRTY DEEDS TO MAINTAIN POWERFUL POSITIONS. ONE IS WILLING TO GET HER HANDS DIRTY TO ENSURE, THE WIFE DOESN'T LIVE TO SEE ANOTHER DAY, THOUGH THAT'S STILL NOT AS FAR AS SHE'LL GO. ONE WOMAN IS SIMPLY TRYING TO REVAMP HER CAREER AS A LAWYER. SHE RUNS INTO A POSITION OF A LIFETIME, THEN DISCOVERS SHE'LL HAVE TO SWALLOW WAY MORE THAN HER PRIDE. BEAUTY CAN BE A FACADE AT TIMES, COVERING UP UGLY LIES. HOW MUCH ARE THEY WILLING TO LOSE & WHO ARE THEY WILLING TO DESTROY? A STORY WHERE PITY PLAYS NO PART.
Comparative advertisements—the kind that refer to “the other guys” or actually identify competitors by name—can be tremendously successful, or lead to a marketing disaster. The History, Theory, and Practice of Comparative Advertising reveals the possibilities and pitfalls associated with this widely used approach.
A San Francisco Chronicle Bestseller We live in complicated, dangerous times. Present and future presidents need to know if North Korea's nascent nuclear capability is a genuine threat to the West, if biochemical weapons are likely to be developed by terrorists, if there are viable alternatives to fossil fuels that should be nurtured and supported by the government, if private companies should be allowed to lead the way on space exploration, and what the actual facts are about the worsening threats from climate change. This is "must-have" information for all presidents—and citizens—of the twenty-first century. Winner of the 2009 Northern California Book Award for General Nonfiction. Images in this eBook are not displayed due to permissions issues.
More than any other studio, Warner Bros. used edgy, stylistic, and brutally honest films to construct a view of America that was different from the usual buoyant Hollywood fare. The studio took seriously Harry Warner’s mandate that their films had a duty to educate and demonstrate key values of free speech, religious tolerance, and freedom of the press. This attitude was most aptly demonstrated in films produced by the studio between 1927 and 1941—a period that saw not only the arrival of sound in film but also the Great Depression, the rise of crime, and increased concern about fascism in the lead-up to World War II. In From the Headlines to Hollywood: The Birth and Boom of Warner Bros., Chris Yogerst explores how “the only studio with any guts” established the groundwork and perfected formulas for social romance dramas, along with gangster, war, espionage, and adventure films. In this book, the author discusses such films as ThePublic Enemy, Little Caesar, G-Men, The Life of Emile Zola, Angels with Dirty Faces, and Confessions of a Nazi Spy, illustrating the ways in which their plots truly were “ripped from the headlines.” While much of what has been written about Warner Bros. has focused on the plots of popular films or broad overviews of the studio’s output, this volume sets these in the larger context of the period, an era in which lighthearted fare competed with gritty realism. From the Headlines to Hollywood will appeal to readers with interests in film history, social history, politics, and entertainment.
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