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2011 Almanac of Environmental Trends By Steven F. Hayward
288 pages | ISBN 978-1-934276-17-4
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2011 Almanac of Environmental Trends

The 2011 Almanac of Environmental Trends brings tracking environmental progress fully into the 21st century of real-time analysis and commentary.

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Eureka! How to Fix California By Arthur Laffer
300 pages | ISBN 9781934276181
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Eureka! How to Fix California

Eureka! is a prescriptive book that provides an economic roadmap for the rehabilitation of California, a state whose health is important to the nation.

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Free to Learn: Lessons from Model Charter Schools By Lance T. Izumi and Xiaochin Claire Yan
212 pages | ISBN 978-0-936488-95-0
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Free to Learn: Lessons from Model Charter Schools

Successful charter schools have perfected alternative models of organization, management, and discipline that shatter the status quo orthodoxy.

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Not as Good as You Think: The Myth of the Middle Class School By Lance T. Izumi, Rowena M. Itchon and Sally C. Pipes
49 minutes run time | ISBN 978-1-934276-14-3
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Not as Good as You Think: The Myth of the Middle Class School

Not as Good as You Think: The Myth of the Middle Class School shatters the myth that “good” schools are found only in “nice” neighborhoods.

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Not as Good as You Think: Why the Middle Class Needs School Choice By Lance T. Izumi, Rachel S. Chaney and Vicki E. Murray
242 pages | ISBN 978-1-934276-06-8
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Not as Good as You Think: Why the Middle Class Needs School Choice

Neighborhood schools may not be as good as they think, according to the findings in this book.

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The Pillars of Reaganomics: A Generation of Wisdom from Arthur Laffer and the Supply-Side Revolutionaries By Brian Domitrovic
266 pages | ISBN 978-1-93427-619-8
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The Pillars of Reaganomics: A Generation of Wisdom from Arthur Laffer and the Supply-Side Revolutionaries

In the early 1980s, the major arms of federal economic policy effectively cooperated to implement what came to be known as the supply-side revolution. Among those who fi rst developed supply-side economics, no one was more influential than the economist Arthur B. Laffer. Laffer Associates, the firm that Laffer founded […]

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The Top Ten Myths of American Health Care: A Citizen’s Guide By Sally C. Pipes
182 pages | ISBN 978-1-934276-12-9
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The Top Ten Myths of American Health Care: A Citizen’s Guide

With this book, Sally Pipes gives us an invaluable tool for navigating the health-care debate.

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