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Key differences between assets and liabilities - especially income-producing assets (i.e. rental real estate); general explanation regarding earning/spending differences between American upper/middle/lower classes; some thought-provoking personal stories, notably during Kiyosaki's youth; the author's personal investment history may not be practical for everyone (i.e. low-ball cash offers for distressed properties in sub-prime markets); simple writing in layman's terms; enjoyed the idioms!...Read more
"Arsonist: The Most Dangerous Man in America" by Nathan Allen is an excellent historical read due to its in-depth exploration and analysis of James Otis and his pivotal (though largely forgotten) role in the development of democracy during the inchoate stages of the United States.
Allen's thorough research leaves no stone unturned; he offers insights on documents rarely expounded upon in school (i.e. the Petition of Lechmere and the Writs of Assistance for the Boston merchants) and explores unique perspectives for major events (i.e. the Stamp Act).
Buy this book - casual readers and avid history buffs alike, you will not be disappointed!
Wow - there isn't another book / guide / course out that that will match the effectiveness of this one. The examples are current and to-the-point. The text is lucidly written. At this price and size, get a couple copies - one for the backpack, one for the tote, one for the beach, etc. I'm aMAzed...
Direct Hits Toughest Vocabulary of the SAT: Volume 2
Direct Hits Core Vocabulary of the SAT: Volume 1
The best vocab-enhancing guide on the market today - bar none! This user-friendly book can help anyone who is interested in acing the SAT. A few words a day becomes a pleasantry rather than a chore. Yet, the slightly politically-charged example with 'Noxious' and China's air pollution was a bit tacky... :)