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Homework bundle #1 – Unit 1 chapters 4, 6, 7HOMEWORK: CHAPTER/CASE QUESTIONS &LEGAL APPLICATION (Due in Dropbox):CHAPTER 4Ch 4, the text in chapter 4 presents five “objectives of the law”, review these pages. In addition to the section about the five objectives of the law in the textbook chapter, also consider the writings on the World Bank’s website. The page on the World Bank’s website titled Law and Justice Institutions provides a few additional resources to understand the importance to the rule of law and where that fits into a civilized society and the importance of law to a developed nation. http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/TOPICS/EXTLAWJUSTINST/0,,contentMDK:20934363~menuPK:1989584~pagePK:210058~piPK:210062~theSitePK:1974062,00.html#rule_of_lawWithin that page, consider the link to the short article titled, “The Rule of Law in Western Thought” http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/TOPICS/EXTLAWJUSTINST/0,,contentMDK:20763590~menuPK:1989584~pagePK:210058~piPK:210062~theSitePK:1974062~isCURL:Y,00.htmlAfter reading the chapter 4 materials and the articles on the World Bank Website, please do the following: Rank, in order of importance, each five of the five objectives of the law set forth in chapter 4 to the long-term existence of our developed nation. Present a reasoned argument for your hierarchy. Use both the textbook and also cite to the World Bank’s page to provide support for your assertions.Ch 4, Re-read the pages regarding jurisdiction, venue, and standing and then use the following facts scenario to answer the questions below regarding Jack v. Jill (fictitious scenario): Jack, who lives in Ohio, came to Daytona Beach on Spring Break. While in Daytona, Jack was speeding through a red light and ran over Jill, who was legally intoxicated and was walking in the crosswalk. There were seven witnesses to the accident who actually saw Jack run over Jill. The initial investigation by the officer shows that both were guilty (Jack was speeding and Jill was intoxicated) of some negligence with led to the accident. Based on this facts scenario, answer the following: (1) Based on where the accident occurred, where is venue appropriate (where will the case likely be heard)? (2) If Jill initiates the lawsuit (becomes the Plaintiff), could personal jurisdiction be proper over Jack even though he is not a resident of Florida? If so, what statute could help Jill secure jurisdiction over Jack in Florida? (3) Buffy is Jill’s friend who witnessed the event from the sidewalk. She was very upset by witnessing the accident and wants to sue Jack for emotional distress. Does Buffy have the right to sue Jack?LEGAL APPLICATION EXERCISE: Go online and look at the http://www.instituteforlegalreform.com/states and look at the lawsuit climate in Florida. Open the videos on that page and look at how lawsuits are affecting our state. Then, go to www.facesoflawsuitabuse.org and click on their featured story and read it. Then, look at other “lawsuits in the news” at the bottom of the screen. After reviewing those websites, discuss (1) the types of Alternative Dispute Resolution types available AND (2) why or why not after viewing those websites, we should encourage more Alternative Dispute Resolution options when trying to solve legal disputes over just heading straight to court. {hint: Discuss each of the types of Alternative Dispute Resolution for full points. I do not care whether you want more ADR or less of it, I just want you to justify your answer based on the textbook, the websites, and your own knowledge or experience.}CHAPTER 6Ch 6, Can I Change my Mind? Facts Scenario located in the box at the bottom of page 242, Questions 1-2. {Hint: Before you begin to answer the questions, make sure you discuss the “classifications” related to the facts scenario given on p. 241 first, like would this be a bilateral vs. unilateral, would this be express or implied, etc. Then, answer questions 1 & 2 presented on page 242}.Ch 6, Practicing Ethics, 2010 Gulf Oil Disaster: BP Contracts Unfair/Unconscionable?, page 263, Questions 1a. and 1b. {Hint: Make sure to discuss legality of the BP contracts under the facts presented, including any of the three general categories of illegal agreements discussed on pages 258-259}.LEGAL APPLICATION EXERCISE: Find a journal article, news article, online article, or Web site discussing a dispute over a contract (or some aspect of a contract as is discussed in this chapter such as: capacity, being a minor, unconscionable contracts, duress, statute of frauds, breach of contract, remedies for contracts, commercial impracticability, etc.) (a) Attach the article or provide the URL. (b) Explain what the contract dispute is about (why it relates to the material covered in the chapter) and how you think the court would rule (or how they did rule if the case is over) if this contract issue was heard by a judge in court. ***{Hint- REMINDERS: (1) Be sure to include a sentence or two from the book that supports or validates (justifies) your answer and (2) cite the book and the Web site that you used to find the contract and (3) DEFINE contract and another term you use from the chapter to answer this assignment.}CHAPTER 7Ch 7, Katko v. Briney, pg 293, Questions 1-4Ch 7, Read facts box “Donald Trump Owes a Duty?” on 296-297. At the end of the facts, the book asks you to “rule on Merrill’s negligence claim” & “explain” and refers you to the four part test beneath the box. Please do this to answer the question: rule on his negligence claim, explain, and use the four part test to help you resolve Merrill’s claim.Ch 7, White v. Victor Automotive Products, pg 307-309, Questions 1 and 2 {FYI: The Defendants initially won at the trial level getting the case thrown out on summary disposition, but the Plaintiffs won at the appeal level, sending the case back down to the trial court for a jury to hear decide the outcome}.LEGAL APPLICATION EXERCISE: We have all seen the crazy product liability disclaimers or Warnings on items. For example, at home, my Chi Hair Iron has a disclaimer that it “may burn eyes”- which is funny because it is reaches 400 degrees and is ONLY to be used on your head of hair, meaning that someone has probably burned their eyes trying to straighten their eyelashes- OUCH. Find the most bizarre or silly disclaimer you can find in your house or a store. Take a picture, scan it in, or write it word for word. Write a paragraph on why you think the company might have included the disclaimer. Make sure to use terminology from the book to justify your answer by defining the term and discussing why it relates to your product warning that you found. Cite the book.TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR PROMOTIONAL DISCOUNT DISPLAYED ON THE WEBSITE AND GET A DISCOUNT FOR YOUR PAPER NOW!44professionals salesI need you read some of these book and write depends on the number of the pages that I want you read 900 pages distributed among the book and then I want you write one page for each fifty pages which make the total pages 18 pages and can you please response me which books you chose it to read. You have 20 hours to response me please if you canBook Report OutlineBook reports should be typed, double-spaced with 1″ margins, no double-spacing between paragraphs.Follow this outline exactly. Failure to do so will result in a grade drop.TITLE PAGE:Book TitleAuthorDateYour Name# of book pages report represents# of directed reading credits you are enrolled inI ___________________________, confirm that I have read this book in its entirety.(write your name)_____________________________(your signature)OUTLINE:(Bold and Identify Each Section)Section 1: Write a synopsis of the book, content is very important. For every 50 pages read you are required to write at least a one page synopsis. This is NOT a chapter summary, this is page number summary. Identify the book pages numbers at the top of each of your report pages.For Example:Book pages 1-50, your written synopsis (should be at least one page)Book pages 51-101, your written synopsis (should be at least one page)Book pages 102-152, your written synopsis (should be at least one page)Section 2: Write about what you learned from the book and how can you implement the ideas into your work or in the future. Be specific. This section should be at least one page in length.Section 3: List the pros and cons of the book. This section should be at least one-half of a page.Section 4: Write about whether or not you would recommend the book and why. This section should be at least one-half of a page.Book reports should be typed, double-spaced with 1″margins, no double-spacing between paragraphs.Follow this outline exactly. Failure to do so will result in a grade drop.Book List1 10 Steps to Connecting With Your Customers, by William Bethel,19952 100 Years on the Road: The Traveling Salesman in American Culture, by Timothy B. Spears, 19953 1001 Ways to Reward Employees, by Bob Nelson4 1001 Ideas to Create Retail Excitement, by Edgar A. Falk, 19945 203 Ways to Be Supremely Successful in the New World of Selling, by John R. Graham, 19966 25 Toughest Sales Objections (and How to Overcome Them) by Schiffman7 7 Secrets to Successful Sales Management: The Sales Manager’s Manual, by Jack D. Wilner, 19978 A Better Way to Live by Og Mandino9 Advanced Selling Strategies: The Proven System of Sales Ideas, Methods, and Techniques Used by Top Salespeople Everywhere, by Brian Tracy, 199510 Appraising Residential Properties, by Stephanie Shea-Joyce11 Art of Closing Deal: How to Be a Master Closer in Everything You Do, by James W. Pickens, 1991 Any12 Awaken the Giant Within, Robbins13 B2B Steet Fighting by14 Basic Sales Skills: Business to Business (The Sales and Marketing Foundation), by Cynthia A. Zigmund, Jane Lightell, 199415 Becoming Influential by Tony Zeiss16 Becoming the Vendor of Choice by Rick Segel17 Beyond Success and Failure by Beecher, Willard, and Marguerile18 Beyond Viral by Kevin H Nalty19 Big Vision Small Business by Jamie S. Walters20 Body Language by Julius Fash21 Brain Sell: Harnessing the Selling Power of Your Whole Brain, by Tony Buzan, Richard Israel, 199622 Breaking the Glass Ceiling, by Ann Morrison/et al.23 Building the High-Performance Sales Force, by Joe Petrone, Joseph A. Petrone, 199424 Built to Last by Jim Collins and Jerry I. Porras25 Can I Have 5 Minutes of Your Time?, Hal Becker26 Can’t Lose: Sales Tips from the World’s Greatest Salesman/Cassette, by Joe Girard, 199327 Category Management: Positioning Your Organization to Win, by Nielsen Marketing Research, 199728 Chaos Marketing: How to Win in a Turbulent World (McGraw-Hill Marketing for Professionals), by Torsten H. Nilson, 199529 Closing: A Process, Not a Problem (Fifty-Minute Series) by Virden J. Thornton, 199530 Close it Right, Right Now! : How to Close More Sales Fast (Dartnell’s Professional Selling Series)31 Closing Strong: The Super Sales Handbook, by Myers Barnes, 199732 Closing Techniques (That Really Work! ), by Stephan Schiffman, Stephen Schiffman, 199433 Coaching Salespeople into Sales Champions by Keith Rosen34 Cold Calling Techniques: (That Really Work! ), by Stephan Schiffman, 199135 Collaborative Selling: How to Gain the Competitive Advantage in Sales, by Tony, Dr. Alexandra, 199336 Compensating Your Sales Force: How to Use Commissions, Draws, Bonuses and Quotas to Keep Your Sales Team Hungry and Productive, by Robert G. Head, 199337 Conceptual Selling, by Robert B. Miller, Stephen E. Helman and Tad Tuleja38 Concurrent Marketing: Integrating Product, Sales, and Service, by Frank V. Cespedes, 199539 Connecting With Your Customers: Communication Skills for Selling Your Products, Services,and Ideas, by Bill Bethel, 199540 Consultative Selling: The Human Formula for High-Margin Sales at High Levels, by Mack Hanan, 199541 Contact: The First Four Minutes by Lenord and Natalie Zunin42 Cracking New Accounts: Tips and Techniques for Opening and Closing the Sales in Half theTime, by Booton43 Crank ‘em Up !!; Brilliant Sales Contests and Bright Ideas to Turn on Your Team and Turn Up Results, by Bruce Fuller, 199444 Creating and Delivering Winning Advertising and Marketing Presentations, by Sandra Moriarty, 199645 Creative Selling, by A. J. Faria, H. Webster Johnson, 199346 Customer Centered Selling, Robert L. Jolles47 Customer Services for Dummies, by Karen Leland and Keith Baily48 Customer-Focused Selling: Understanding Customer Needs, Building Trust, and Delivering Solutions … The Smarter Path to Sales Success (Adams Steetwis), by Nancy J. Stephens, Bob Adams, 199749 Customers Mean Business: Six Steps to Building Relationships That Last, by James A. Unruh, 199650 Customers for Life, Carl Sewell51 Dare to Dream, by Wayne B. Lynn52 Delivering Knock Your Socks Off Service, by Kristen Anderson, Ron Zemke53 Dig Your Well Before You’re Thirsty, Harvey Mackay54 Direct Selling: From Door to Door to Network Marketing, by Richard Berry, Fred Kan, 199755 Discover your Sales Strengths by Benson Smith & Tony Rutigliano56 Dive Right In The Sharks Won’t Bite, by Jane Wesman57 Dogbert’s Top Secret Management Handbook, by Scott Adams58 Dress for Success by John T. Molloy59 Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel Pink60 Earning What You’re Worth? : The Psychology of Sales Call Reluctance, by George W. Dudley, 199561 Eat That Frog!, by Brian Tracy62 Encyclopedia of Sales and Selling: The Salesperson’s Essential Handbook of Information, by John Koller, 199563 Enjoying Selling!, by John Koller, 199364 Enthusiasm Makes the Difference by Peale65 Equal To The Task, by Easton, Mills, Winokur66 Essential Manager’s Manual by Robert Heller & Tim Hindle67 Essentials of Personal Selling: The New Professionalism, by Ralph Anderson, 199468 Everyone is a Customer by Elizabeth Kearney/Michale Bandley69 Everything You Need to Know About Self-Confidence, by Matthew Ignoffo, Ph.D.70 Exceptional Selling by Jeff Thull71 Face Language by Robert Whiteside72 Face to Face Selling, by Bart Breighner73 Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway, by Susan Jeffers74 Feminine Leadership, by Marilyn Loden75 First Things First, by Stephen R. Covey, Roger Merrill, Rebecca Merril76 Forgotten Fundamentals by Dan Clark77 From the Heart of a Lion and Other Lessons to Sell By, by Bill O’Hearn78 Fundamentals of Public Relations, by Lawrence W. Nolte79 Games People Play by Eric Berne80 Goal Analysis by Mager81 Goals! How to Get Everything You Want-Faster Than You Ever Thought Possible by Brian Tracy82 Good to Great by Jim Collins83 Guerilla Selling, by Jay Levinson84 Guerrilla Selling: Unconventional Weapons and Tactics for Increasing Your Sales, by Levinson et al.85 Gung Ho!, by Ken Blanchard/Sheldon Bowles86 Hey, I am The Customer, by Ron Willingham87 How Full is Your Bucket? By Tom Rath and Donald O. Clifton, Ph.D88 How I Raised Myself from Failure to Success in Selling by Frank Bettger89 How to Become a Rainmaker: The Rules for Getting and Keeping Customers & Clients; Jeffrey J. Fox90 How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less by Nicholas Boothman91 How to Master the Art of Selling by Tom Hopkins92 How to Read a Person Like a Book by Nerenberg and Calero93 How to Sell Yourself by Joe Girard94 How to Sell to a Woman, by Loren Dunton95 How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends, Don Gabor96 How to Talk to Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere by Larry King97 How to Win Customers & Keep Them for Life by Michael LeBoeuf, Ph.D.98 How to Work a Room, Susan Roane99 Humans Relations in Business, by Fred J. Carvell100 I Can See You Naked, by Ron Hoff101 I’m OK, You’re OK by Thomas Harris102 Inner Fitness, by Victor Dishy103 It’s Your Ship by Captain D. Michael Abrashoff104 Jack Welch from the Gut105 Jack Welch and the GE Way, Robert Slater106 Jack Welch and the GE Way107 Keeping the Edge, by Dick Schaff108 Lance Armstrong, It’s Not About the Bike; Sally Jenkins109 Leadership Is An Art, by Max DePree110 Leading With The Heart-Coach K’s Successful Strategies for Basketball, Business, and Life, Mike Krzyzewski111 Listening to the Dinosaur by David Fellman112 Little Gold Book of YES Attitude! by Jeffrey Gitomer113 Live for Success by John T. Molloy114 Made to Stick by Chip Heath and Dan Heath115 Managing to Have FUN by Matt Weinstein116 Managing to Sell by Lou Sepulveda117 Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E Frankl118 Mark H. McCormick on Selling, by Mark H. McCormick119 Mastering the Complex Sale by Jeff Thull120 Mastery, by George Leonard121 Monday Morning Mentoring by David Cottrell122 Mr. Shmooze, by Richard Abraham123 Never Check E-Mail in the Morning, by Julie Morgenstern124 New World Habits for a Radically Changing World by Price Pritchett125 Now, Discover Your Strengths, by Marcus Buckingham & Donald O. Clifton126 One Minute for Yourself, Blanchard127 One Minute for Myself, by Spencer Johnson, M.D.128 Peak Performance: Inspirational Business Lessons from the World’s Top Sports Organizations by Gilson, Pratt, Roberts, Weymes129 Peak Performers by Charles Garfield130 Personal Coaching for Results by Lou Tice131 Personal Power Through Creative Selling by E.G. Letterman132 Playing Bigger Than You Are by William Brooks133 Pour Your Heart Into It, by Howard Schultz, Dori Jones Yang134 Power Living by Jake, by Jake Steinfield135 ProActive Sales Manager by William “Skip” Miller136 Psychocybernetics by Maltz137 Psychological Aspects of Selling by McCarthy138 Pulling Your Own Strings by Dyer139 Purple Cow, by Seth Godin140 Reading People by Jo-Ellan Dimitrius, Ph.D., and Mark Mazzarella141 Relationship Marketing, by Tom Gordon142 Relationship Selling, by Jim Cathcart143 Results-Based Leadership by Ulrich, Zenger, Smallwood144 Sales Don’t Just Happen: 26 Proven Strategics to Increase Sales in Any Market by Stephan Schiffman145 Sales Dogs, Blair Singer146 Samurai Selling: The Ancient Art of Service in Selling, by Chuck Laughlin, Karen Sage, and Marc Bookman147 Secrets of Six-Figure Women, by Barbara Stanny148 Secrets of Closing Sales, by Charles B. Roth and Roy Alexander149 Secrets of the World’s Top Sales Performers, by Christine Harvey150 Secrets of Successful Selling by J.D. Murphy151 Sell Yourself Rich by Hipple152 Sell and Grow Rich by Kissling153 Selling is a Woman’s Game, by Nicky Joy/Susan Kane-Benson154 Selling the World, by L. Fargo Wells155 Selling is Simple by Herman156 Selling to Vito the Very Important Top Officer, Anthony Parinello157 Selling to Zebras by Jeff Koser & Chad Koser158 Selling, the Mother of All Enterprise, by William H. Blades159 Selling Your Way to the Top by Zig Ziglar160 Shut up, Stop Whining and Get a Life by Larry Winget161 Smart Salespeople Sometimes Wear Plaid, Barry Graham Minro162 Smart Sales People Sometimes Wear Plaid: Dare to be Extraordinary in a Mediocre World, by B. G. Munro163 Social Boom by Jeffrey Gitomer164 Socialnomics; How Social Media Transforms the Way we Live and Do Business by Qualman165 Soft Selling in a Hard World: Plain Talk on the Art of Persuasion, by Jerry Vass166 Speak Your Way To Success by Sazor167 Specialty Shop Retailing: How to Run Your Own Store by Schroeder168 Spin Selling: Situation-Problem-Implication-Need-Payoff, by Neil Rackham (NOT THE FIELD BOOK)169 Straight A’s Never Made Anybody Rich, by Wess Roberts, Ph.D.170 Stay Mad for Life by Jim Cramer171 Succeed and Grow Rich through Persuasion by Hill and Stone172 Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude by Stone173 Success is a Choice, by Rick Pitino with Bill Reynolds174 Success in Never Ending Failure is Never Final, by Robert Schuller175 Success by Glenn Bland176 Success Principles by Jack Canfield177 Talent is Never Enough by John C. Maxwell178 Ten Commandments for Business and How to Break Them, by Bill Fromn179 Ten Days to Self-Esteem, by David D Burns M.D.180 The 7 Universal Laws of Customer Value: How to Win Customers and Influence Markets, by Stephen Covey.181 The 8th Habit, From Effectiveness to Greatness; Stephen R. Covey182 The 12th Angel183 The 25 Most Common Sales Mistakes: and How to Avoid Them, by Stephan Schiffman, 1995184 The 25 Sales Habits of Highly Successful Salespeople, by Stephan Schiffman, 1994185 The 36 Biggest Mistakes Salesmen Make and How to Correct Them, by George N. Kahn, 1988186 The 100 Year Lifestyle by Eric Plasker, D.C.187 The 1997 What Color Is Your Parachute?, by Richard Nelson Bolles188 The 1998 What Color Is Your Parachute ?, by Richard Nelson Bolles189 The Alligator Trap: How to Sell Without Being Turned into a Pair of Shoes, by Edward R, Del Gaizo, 1996190 The Answer: Grow Any Business, Achieve Financial Freedom, and Live an Extraordinary Life by John Assaraf & Murray Smith191 The Art of Closing the Deal, by James W. Pickins192 The Art of Listening by Morris193 The Art of Real Estate Appraisal: Dollars and Cents Answers to Your Questions, by William L. Ventolo,194 The Art of Talking to Anyone, by Rosalie Maggio195 The Automatic Millionaire by David Bach196 The Best Seller by Ron Willingham197 The Book of Excellence: 236 Habits of Effective Salespeople, by Byrd Baggett, 1992198 The Breakthrough Team Olayer, by Andrew J. DuBrim199 The Color Code, by Taylor Hartman, PhD.200 The Complete Guide to Business and Sales Presentation201 The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Dynamic Selling, by Anthony Parinello, 1997202 The Commercial Lease Guidebook: Learn How To Win the Leasing Game, by Thomas G. Mitchell203 The Courage to Be Rich by Suze Orman204 The Customer is the Key, by Milind M. Lele205 The Dollarization Discipline by Fox and Gregory206 The Domino Effect: How To Grow Sales, Profits, and Market Share Through Super Vision, by Donald J. Vlcek, Jeffrey P. Davidson, 1992207 The Elements of Persuasion by Richard Maxwell and Robert Dickman208 The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni209 The Five Greatest Problems of Salesmen and How to Solve Them by P.H. Whiting210 The Five Lessons a Millionaire Taught Me, by Richard Paul Evans211 The Funnel Principle by Mark Sellers212 The Girl’s Guide to Starting Your Own Business, Caitlin Friedman & Kimberly Yorio213 The Jackrabbit Factor/portal to Genius by Householder and Gunderson214 The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch215 The Lazy Techniques of Salesmanship by Micall216 The Little Black Book of Connections by Jeffrey Gitomer217 The Magic of Believing by Bristol218 The Magic of Thinking Big by Schwartz219 The Market Has Changed, Have You? By Paul D’Souza220 The One Minute Manager Meets the Monkey, Kenneth Blanchard221 The One Minute Salesperson by Spencer Johnson, MD222 The Optimal Salesperson by Dan Caramanico & Marie Maquire223 The People Code by Dr. Taylor Hartman224 The Positive Principle Today by Peale225 The Power of Charm by Brian Tracy226 The Power of Focus by Jack Canfield227 The Power Principle, Influence with Honor by Blaine Lee228 The Quest for the Service Quality, by Philips S. Wexler229 The Secret by Rhonda Byrne230 The Secrets of Closing Sales by Charles B. Roth/Roy Alexander231 The Sky’s the Limit, by Wayne Dyer232 The Snowball, Warren Buffet and the Business of Life by Alice Schroeder233 The Speed of Trust by Stephen Covey234 The System that Never Fails by Stone235 The Tough Minded Optimist by Peale236 The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey237 The Truth about Money, by Rick Edelman238 The Truth About Selling by S.S. Susser239 The Winner Within-A life Plan for Team Players – Pat Riley240 To Be … or, not to Be! By Richard Schnackenberg241 Top Performance by Zig Ziglar242 Training Camp: What the Best Do Better Than Everyone Else by Jon Gordon243 Trump, by Donald J. Trump with Kate Bohner244 Uncommon by Tony Dungy245 Unlimited Power, Robbins246 Wall Street Money Machine, by Wade B. Cook247 Warren Buffett Speaks, by Janet Lowe248 Whale Done, Ken Blanchard249 What Makes the Great Great, by Dennis P. Kimbro, Ph.D.250 What Management Is by Joan Magretta251 What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School by Mark McCormack252 Winners and Losers by Harris253 Winning Every Day – The Game Plan for Success, Lou Holtz254 Winning By Telephone, by Gary S. Goodman255 Woman to Woman, by Geraldine A. Larkin256 Women Make the Best Salesmen, by Marion Luna Brem257 Wooden on Leadership by John Wooden and Steve Jamison258 You, Inc. by Harry Beckwith and Christine Clifford Beckwith259 You’ll Never Get No For An Answer, Jack Carew260 Your Erroneous Zones by DyerYour Money or Your Life, by Joe Dominguez, Vicki Robin

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