From Publishers Weekly
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Adam Bellow, with all due respect
Take a public speaking course.
Thanks Jim Adams.
This book is very bad. It has to be written by someone who benefited from nepotism. While I agree that you would want to help your family by giving them a job, it is also the... Read morePublished 21 months ago by diwata
Nepotism is an undue preference for a relative where fair and open competition should prevail. Kinship, per se, is not illegitimate. Read morePublished on August 28, 2006 by Mary E. Sibley
It has been said that some things are so common that no one ever bothers to notice it. One of these things is probably nepotism; the topic of this book. Read morePublished on April 18, 2006 by Newton Ooi
This is an outstanding study of a highly interesting subject. Before reading this I had a sense of nepotism playing a part in the world, but now I have a far stronger sense of how... Read morePublished on April 7, 2005 by Shalom Freedman
This is an interesting and persuasive book that challenges preconceived notions. A good read.Published on September 19, 2003
This is a highly original and interesting book that captured
my attention from beginning to end. Read more