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100 Questions about Women and Politics

100 Questions about Women and Politics

by Manon Tremblay
320 Pages · 2008 · 3 MB · 3,714 Downloads · New!
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" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Body of Truth
by Harriet Brown
304 Pages · 2016 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The body of Truth is the self-help and psychology and sociology book which shares the history and obsession which today we have with our weight. Harriet Brown is the author of this fantastic book. The concept of being beautiful is totally changed in the last three decades and now people are obsessed to look thin. Our whole beauty depends on our weight and this is how we are manipulated. The people are obsessed with their body, weight and no one wanted to look fat. Now people accept the ugly arguments but they are ready to listen a word fat for their self. Majority of the women and girls are putting much effort to look smart and thin. These women spend hundreds of dollar every week and put their self in a dull routine of diet. They did not eat the delicious food which is meant for them and all they care is just weight. Harriet Brown is the well-renewed science journalist and she knows what kind of weight issues women faces in their phases of her life such as girl, mother, and wife. She shares the biggest lies about our health and every human being is manipulated by them. We are damaging our health by unattainable body shapes, fad diets and much more. The reader will find out the real purpose of beauty, weight, and health.
Game of Thorns
by Doug Wead
416 Pages · 2015 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Game of Thorns: The Inside Story of Hillary Clinton’s Failed Campaign and Donald Trump’s Winning Strategy” is a great book about the election of Donald Trump. Doug Wead is the author of this book. Doug is one of the few living historians to have written about all of the American presidents. Wead has been an employee of ten presidential campaigns. He began as a writer for Ronald Reagan in 1979. In 1989 George H.W. Bush brought him on to seniors’ staff at the White House as a special assistant to the president. Wead makes two revealing observations about the race with the first being character. Hillary tried to make the character an issue by claiming Trump was temperamentally unfit, but most of the public believed her to be dishonest, so her character ended up being the bigger issue. There is an extended account of Trump’s family history, such as the death of his elder brother, his relationship with his father and much more. This book is quite fair and dome of the Donald Trump rants and unfortunate statements are quoted at length and in detail. To know more about the election history, read this Game of Thorns.
Heels in the Arena
by Jamie Brown Hantman
316 Pages · 2019 · 4  MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Heels in the Arena are the memoir, U.S politics, memoir, biography and politics book which describe the story of a woman who made it to the White House. Jamie Brown Hantman is the author of this imposing book. Jamie born and raised in New York City along with two siblings. She was good at studies but and her parents are confident about her future. Jamie proves herself and she enters into politics at a very young age. She got the full confidence to succeed and people know that Jamie got a future. Jamie is selected as a chief legislative affairs officer. She is controlling the Cabinet agency and work as a White House lobbyist. Jamie does not stop here and after a few years she becomes the Senate staffer in 2008. She has experience of dealing with different clients on different issues like privacy, antitrust, trade, crime, trade, and energy. Further, she deals with retail crime, property, health care and defense acquisition and taxes. She also got the experience of working for Google and help the people to solve their issues. A comprehensive book is written on the strong and brave lady.
How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are
by Anne Berest, Audrey Diwan, Caroline De Maigret, Sophie Mas
272 Pages · 2014 · 47 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are: Love, Style, and Bad Habits” is fun and shallow read with good style. Anne Berest, Audrey Diwan, Caroline De Maigret and Sophie Mas are the authors of this impressive book. If you take it for what it is, a collection of short stories quips, and lists from some cool French girls, then you will love it. It’s whimsical, dreamy, romantic, and not meant to be taken seriously. If you are looking for a love story or novel, go elsewhere. This is more of a Parisienne’s guide on how to be sexy without trying too hard. It’s a quick and easy read, so don’t let that fool you. The content is so well articulated and positioned, you can’t help but want to mimic even the bad habits (that is if you don’t already). The thing this book actually celebrates is women, the Parisian women have simply been able to master, and are thereby celebrated for, their ability to wrap all these wonderful qualities and quarks into a cultural stereotype.
How to Skimm Your Life
by The Skimm
256 Pages · 2015 · 75 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “How to Skimm Your Life” is the perfect housewarming gift for someone but you should keep a copy for yourself. The Skimm is the author of this book. This book covers all personal finance, career, stress management, global politics, civic engagement, and more issues. What you need to know all those things you Google are no doubt in this book. From choosing shoes to packing, to recycling it’s all here. Full of tips and tricks and all those unwritten rules that you’re supposed to know as an adult. Click on the button given below to download How to Skimm Your Life ePub. You can also Download When the Body Says No by Gabor Mate M.D PDF.
No Stopping Us Now
by Gail Collins
432 Pages · 2019 · 27  MB · 0 Downloads · New!
No Stopping Us Now is the gender studies, women history and history book which tells the contribution of the women in our society. Gail Collins is the author of this fabulous book. She is the New York Times columnist who has a different eye to look at the word. Gail thinks that we are not getting elders but we are aging. Aging is always a crucial thing for the women and they deal with it unwillingly. Americans always have a different perspective to deal with it. There are many cases such as defer it, deny it, embrace it and women are always the ones who suffer through aging. Gail defines the contribution of women in society. The women centuries have no respect in the society and they cannot take part in the progress of society. They stay at home, treated as slaves and got no respect from her family. Women have no rights, treated as minorities and only help to make babies. Now, America is giving equal rights to women and they have their role to play in society. Today, women are seen in every department of the country and they help the country to promote their economy. A remarkable book for all the readers.