Author: Damien Cahill
Publisher: Black Inc.
Release Date: 2018-09-03
Genre: Business & Economics
Since the 1980s, waves of neoliberal ‘economic reform’ have transformed Australia. Privatisation, deregulation, marketisation and the contracting out of government services: for three decades now, there has been widespread agreement among policymakers on the desirability of these strategies. But the benefits of economic reform are increasingly being questioned. Alongside growing voter disenchantment, new voices of dissent argue that instead of efficiency and improved services, economic reform has led to unaccountable oligopolies, increased prices, reduced productivity and degradation of the public good. In Wrong Way, Australia’s leading economists and public intellectuals do a cost–benefit analysis of economic reform across key areas. Have these reforms been worthwhile for the Australian community and its economy? Have they given us a better society, as promised? ‘Has privatisation led to more productivity-enhancing competition? Has deregulation increased economic welfare in energy, finance, health, education and labour markets? Does the lived experience of Australians measure up to the promise of economic reform? The authors answer these questions with conclusions that are both compelling and disturbing.’——Emeritus professor Roy Green, University of Technology Sydney Damien Cahill & Phillip Toner on Economic Reform Stephen Duckett on Private Health Insurance Elizabeth Hill & Matt Wade on Early Childhood Education And Care Phillip Toner on Vocational Education And Training Jane Andrew & Max Baker on Prisons Bob Davidson on Aged Care Paul Davies on Public Sector Engineering Sue Olney & Wilma Gallet on Employment Services John Quiggin on Electricity Jim Stanford on Labour Markets Evan Jones on Banking Peter Phibbs & Nicole Gurran on Housing Lee Ridge on The NBN Ben Spies-Butcher & Gareth Bryant on Universities Michael Beggs on Monetary Policy And Unemployment John Quiggin on Productivity Peter Brain on Orthodox Economic Models Patricia Ranald on Free Trade David Richardson on Foreign Investment Frank Stilwell on Inequality
Author: David Scott
Release Date: 2015-12-11
Eighty-one clever cartoons show the wrong way to look at things. Watching a dart tournament from the point of view of the bullseye? Wrong! What people are saying about Wrong Way I laughed and laughed and laughed! - D. Leerious I found them amusing, but you’ll have to make up your own mind. - Eubie deJudge I couldn’t wait to see the next one! - Paige Turner My, oh, my! - I. D. Clare So funny they gave me a sneezing fit. - Andy Histamine
Author: Kay Arthur
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Release Date: 2010-03-01
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
From bestselling author Kay Arthur and dynamic Bible teacher Janna Arndt comes a completely revised Discover 4 Yourself® Bible study on the book of Jonah (over 50,000 copies sold). Kids team up with Max and Molly and begin the greatest adventure ever! They’ll even meet a man who spent three days in the belly of a great fish. As they investigate Jonah’s story, they’ll learn about God’s great love and compassion the importance of obedience repentance With pad and pencil in hand, kids will travel to Nineveh to get the scoop on Jonah, the prophet who tried to go the wrong way. Complete with puzzles and games to keep kids thinking, Wrong Way, Jonah! helps kids better understand this exciting biblical story. The Discover 4 Yourself® Bible study series engages kids and challenges them to get to know God’s Word better in fun and meaningful ways.
Author: Leonard Spigelgass
Publisher: Dramatists Play Service Inc
Release Date: 1969
THE STORY: As George Oppenheimer says: The action takes place in an apartment house in Brooklyn, well designed by Donald Oenslager, that is practically a slum. Harold Axman, the protagonist, is a young liberal of infinite good will who has inherit
Author: Caitlind L. Alexander
Publisher: Learning Island
Release Date: 2015-01-03
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
When we got to the end of the street, we tried to think of where to go trick or treating next. “I think we should go to Cedar Street,” Carrie said. “Why Cedar Street?” I asked. “Those are small houses, not rich ones.” “Yeah,” Carrie answered. “But they are close together. We can hit more houses in less time.” I had to admit she had a point. “OK,” I agreed with her. Suddenly I saw a lane branching off from the end of the turn-around. “What’s that?” I asked. Carrie stared at it in the darkness. The lane quickly disappeared into a mass of trees. “There’s a sign,” she said. “And there’s a light on the sign,” I added. “And a pumpkin decoration beneath it!” We hurried forward. “Wrong Way Round Hall,” she read. Find out what happens to these two brave trick or treaters in this creepy tale of horror. Ages 9 and up. LearningIsland.com believes in the value of children practicing reading for 15 minutes every day. Our 15-Minute Books give children lots of fun, exciting choices to read, from classic stories, to mysteries, to books of knowledge. Open the world of reading to a child by having them read for 15 minutes a day.
A liberal Catholic Yankee city boy living in an ultraconservative back-country Georgia Baptist fundamentalist environment, Jim Hite could have been a disgruntled curmudgeon. He was not. There was never an optimist who had the outlook he had. And he shared it with everyone he came in contact with. In his multicareer life, he touched people from many backgrounds different from his own. His time in the mega high school (Central Catholic in Toledo), his seminary life in Cincinnati, and his
Themes: Hi-Lo, High school life, moral decisions. The students of Carter High return for their senior year. These books continue the stories from Carter High Chronicles and introduce new characters. Topics are involving and pertinent to young adult readers: romance, sports, friendships, exams, work, family. In just 48-pages, struggling readers can easily complete each novel. Some girls said Marge didn't have to act to play the troublemaker in the senior play. Claire isn't so sure they are wrong, but she is lonely. First, she loses Kirk to Gwen. Then she finds out Gwen wants her part in the play. Marge is always around when she needs someone.
Author: Jacqueline Jacques
Publisher: Hachette UK
Release Date: 2013-04-04
Susan Dalton is from a respectable chapel-going Geordie family. Jack Potter is a cockney-sparrow whose mother and sister are famous mediums. For this unlikely couple, thrown together in Newcastle by World War II, their love will not only be a struggle against class and religious prejudice, but also with the practicalities and compromises of everyday life. But at least Susan's Jack is down-to-earth and straight-as-a-die. Thank Heavens there's none of this spiritualist nonsense about her Jack . . .
Author: Caitlind L. Alexander
Publisher: Learning Island
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
When we got to the end of the street, we tried to think of where to go trick or treating next. “I think we should go to Cedar Street,” Carrie said. “Why Cedar Street?” I asked. “Those are small houses, not rich ones.” “Yeah,” Carrie answered. “But they are close together. We can hit more houses in less time.” I had to admit she had a point. “OK,” I agreed with her. Suddenly I saw a lane branching off from the end of the turn-around. “What’s that?” I asked. Carrie stared at it in the darkness. The lane quickly disappeared into a mass of trees. “There’s a sign,” she said. “And there’s a light on the sign,” I added. “And a pumpkin decoration beneath it!” We hurried forward. “Wrong Way Round Hall,” she read. Find out what happens to these two brave trick or treaters in this creepy tale of horror. Ages 9 and up. Educational Versions Include exercises designed to meet Common Core Standards. LearningIsland.com believes in the value of children practicing reading for 15 minutes every day. Our 15-Minute Books give children lots of fun, exciting choices to read, from classic stories, to mysteries, to books of knowledge. Open the world of reading to a child by having them read for 15 minutes a day.
One wandering sea turtle, two young American scientists, eight months on a tropical island paradise... Join the adventure!In 1998, marine biologists Anna and Kirsten moved to Jumby Bay, Antigua to study and protect the critically endangered hawksbill sea turtle. One unique turtle caught their attention and provided endless eventful lessons. Peach Fuzz took every possible wrong turn during her first nesting season, winning hearts, earning a new nickname, and teaching sea turtle biology through her unconventional nesting attempts. In the end, Peach Fuzz shows us all the way home.
Statistics tell us that some of the key reasons why people do not attend church are the following: The church is filled with hypocrites. The church is only about money. The church is exclusive or like a big clique. I believe that the root of this negativity is mediocrity in the modern church. Unfortunately, the Christian church at large has become an organization where excellence is no longer prized, expected, or delivered. Let God Rub You the Wrong Way will help you examine your motives and reveal the kind of service you are giving God in return for the great salvation he has given you. Using the analogy of two pieces of carpet, the first represents the lives of Gods people at present; and the second, our lives when we first came to Christ. The author explains how God wants to rub us the wrong way in order to remove the irritants in our lives that keep us from serving him with excellence. Just like cleaning carpets, God wants to rub out those things that are not pleasing to him and rub in those things that are so that the reflection of Christ is shown in our lives.
Tautly written and fast-paced, Wrong Way chronicles the excesses of a larger-than-life entrepreneur whose autocratic temperament and management style would prove to be his undoing. It is a testament to the rise of shareholder activism and a cautionary tale of corporate cronyism at its worst.
Author: Chris Harris
Publisher: Author House
Release Date: 2006-02-02
‘America the Wrong Way’ is not an insightful exposé of the Bush-Schwarzenegger Texas-Hollywood axis, nor is it a critique of the might of the Military-Industrial-Globalisation complex. It is a light-hearted account of a coast-to-coast journey across America in a west to east direction, attempting to follow the historic Route 66 for much of the way and travelling in an old open-top gas guzzler. This story is not ‘just another travelogue.’ An anecdotal style highlights the beauty and warmth of America and its people, and tells the very human stories of people and places encountered en route. The foibles and idiosyncrasies of characters, and the tragedies and triumphs of American history, are seen through the perceptive but sympathetic eyes of a visitor from Europe. This pathfinding journey was the warm-up act for an all-girl tribute band on the run, drawn from a troop of sprightly swingers the wrong side of sixty, as an unsuspecting America faced the biggest outbreak of trans-Atlantic musical mayhem since the Beatles hit New York’s Shea Stadium in 1965. ‘America the Wrong Way’ was originally born out of a project to raise money for charity, and a contribution from net proceeds goes to support sufferers from Motor Neurone Disease.