Machinery of the Mind (An Interview)

Where we can trust our fast intuitions and how we can tap into the benefits of slow thinking

Dale Carnegie's Scrapbook: A Treasury of the Wisdom of the Ages

A treasury of quotations that can be used in your business and personal life. Some of the quotations are from famous people and some by not-so famous people coupled with the words...

Como Atraer Dinero A Su Vida by Joseph Murphy

Usted nació para ser rico, y tiene todo el derecho a conseguirlo. Dios lo trajo a la Tierra para que disfrutara de una vida de abundancia, plenitud y libertad. Aprenda a rodearse...

The Strenuous Life

"The Strenuous Life" is a collection of essays and speeches by American President Theodore Roosevelt including the title speech 'The Strenuous Life' in which he argues that...

Imperialism the Highest Stage of Capitalism

"Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism", by Lenin, describes the function of financial capital in generating profits from imperial colonialism, as the final stage of...

Best of Reagan, The - Humor, Anecdotes, Sympathy

From his very first day in office Ronald Reagan endeared himself to millions of Americans with his affable, fun-loving personality. Now, for the first time, his most humorous...

The Adventures of Big-Foot Wallace, the Texas Ranger and Hunter

At six foot two inches and two hundred and forty pounds, Big-Foot Wallace cut a formidable figure and certainly made a major impact on the early history of Texas.

Christopher Columbus and the Afrikan Holocaust Slavery and the Rise of European Capitalism

This short but timely work gives the listener a sense of the urgency of African and world history at this moment in time.... Like many of the African-centered scholars who were...

Interview With Dr. Maxwell Maltz

Conversations with Maxwell Maltz, M.D. - author of the best-selling Psycho Cybernetics. His book, considered a forerunner of modern self-help

Speeches by Martin Luther King

From the Citation of the posthumous award of the Presidential Medal of Freedom to the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., July 4,1977

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