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The One Minute Manager by Kenneth H. Blanchard,http://www.amazon.com/dp/0688014291/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Rhtjsb0JFBQ0V789

The One Minute Manager by Kenneth H. Blanchard,http://www.amazon.com/dp/0688014291/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Rhtjsb0JFBQ0V789

“I know you have book fatigue, popular economics book fatigue, policy book fatigue, and books-with-subtitles-like-this fatigue, all at once.  But this book is really, really good. It hits all the right notes, is clearly written, and refers to academics as ‘the new crony capitalists.’ I agreed with almost all of it. If I had to pick out one book, of this entire lot of books, to explain what is going on right now to a popular audience of non-economists, this might well be it.”—Tyler Cowen

“I know you have book fatigue, popular economics book fatigue, policy book fatigue, and books-with-subtitles-like-this fatigue, all at once. But this book is really, really good. It hits all the right notes, is clearly written, and refers to academics as ‘the new crony capitalists.’ I agreed with almost all of it. If I had to pick out one book, of this entire lot of books, to explain what is going on right now to a popular audience of non-economists, this might well be it.”—Tyler Cowen

“This book is a must-read for anyone interested in effectively fighting the expansion of government. David Stockman gives the account of his years in the Reagan administration and tells us the sad story about why the Reagan revolution failed and the government continued to grow. There are few good guys in the book and plenty of villains. But while it is discouraging at times, it provides a very good insight into the world of politics.”—Veronique de Rugy

“This book is a must-read for anyone interested in effectively fighting the expansion of government. David Stockman gives the account of his years in the Reagan administration and tells us the sad story about why the Reagan revolution failed and the government continued to grow. There are few good guys in the book and plenty of villains. But while it is discouraging at times, it provides a very good insight into the world of politics.”—Veronique de Rugy

The Breakthrough Imperative: How the Best Managers Get Outstanding Results: Mark Gottfredson, Steve Schaubert: Amazon.com: Books

The Breakthrough Imperative: How the Best Managers Get Outstanding Results: Mark Gottfredson, Steve Schaubert: Amazon.com: Books

“Why more and more countries will turn things around, even as China fails.”—Tyler Cowen

“Why more and more countries will turn things around, even as China fails.”—Tyler Cowen

Think you know the real Barack Obama?  You don't — not until you've read The Amateur.    In this stunning exposé, best-selling author Edward Klein — a contributing editor to Vanity Fair, former foreign editor of Newsweek, and former editor-in-chief of The New York Times Magazine — pulls back the curtain on one of the most secretive White Houses in history.

Think you know the real Barack Obama? You don't — not until you've read The Amateur. In this stunning exposé, best-selling author Edward Klein — a contributing editor to Vanity Fair, former foreign editor of Newsweek, and former editor-in-chief of The New York Times Magazine — pulls back the curtain on one of the most secretive White Houses in history.

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