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Good Capitalism, Bad Capitalism (YalePressWiki)

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Imagine this: a mere century ago, the purchasing power of an average American was one-tenth of what it is today. But what will it take to sustain that growth through the next century? And what can be said about economic growth to aspiring nations seeking higher standards of living for their citizens?In Good Capitalism, Bad Capitalism, and the Economics of Growth and Prosperity, William J. Baumol, Robert E. Litan, and Carl J. Schramm contend that the answers to these questions lie within capitalist economies, though many observers make the mistake of believing that "capitalism" is of a single kind. Writing...

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Second Haadi

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Second Haadi was an Indian dating site meant specifically for divorced people looking to meet their significant others. "Haadi" means marriage in Hindi.  It was featured in Time Magazine in an article about divorce tourism.

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Sarah Meyers Photography: Lifehacker XBMC.zip

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XBMC Live: download directly from Kodi or Softpedia Sarah Meyers was a wedding photographer in Tampa, Florida.  About Sarah My photographic style is a mix of photo-journalistic and traditional portraiture. In my opinion the best shots are not forced, but candid. I also take artistic, creative portraits as well as the more traditional, posed group shots. I try to cover all the bases.My goal is to invoke feelings. When you revisit your photos years from now I want you to remember and feel exactly how your child, family or wedding day was at that moment in time. I feel so privileged to be...

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Intelligent Travel Blog

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Cultural, Authentic & Sustainable: This is your brain on travel. We showcase the essence of place, what's unique and original, and what locals cherish most about where they live. And we highlight places, practices, and people that are on the front lines of sustainable travel--travel that preserves places' essential uniqueness for future generations. We're on the front lines of travel that illuminates, celebrates, and preserves irreplaceable places--and we're taking you along for the ride. In Search of a Lower-Key Miami “Have a seat by the window,” said the host at Osteria del Teatro as he led me to a table...

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CBIACS: Scholarship Essay and Application Tips

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The Best Tips for Writing a Scholarship Essay Daniella has won several scholarships using the same, exact personal essay. Download Grammarly to find grammatical errors that even Microsoft Word can't. Typical essay prompts How will receiving this scholarship impact your endeavors? How can you give back to your community through your career and life goals? What is your personal reason for attending college or this certain college/university? An essay that can address all of these prompts mentioning a personal hardship in your life and how you have been able to grow and overcome it, as well as help those around...

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