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  • Learn how to telecommute productively in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. Telecommuting is an increasingly popular option and has many advantages for employees: working from home can boost concentration, contribute to a better work-life balance and increase job satisfaction. However, it also requires excellent planning and organization, so you need to make sure you are aware...
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  • Gandhi

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    Mahatma Gandhi was one of the emblematic figures of Indian independence and remains an icon of nonviolent resistance. Through actions such as the Salt March and his celebrated Quit India speech, Gandhi helped his compatriots to throw off the yoke of British colonialism and become an independent nation. His peaceful protests brought him renown all over the world and inspired many...
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  • Mikhail Gorbachev was the last leader of the USSR and had a major impact on the path that Russia took at the end of the 20th century. He was a somewhat controversial figure, known in the West as the man who ended the Cold War while being one of the least popular 20th century leaders in Russia. This is understandable, as Gorbachev...
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  • Learn how to take control of your life in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. It does not matter how successful you may be or how much money you have; anyone can have the feeling that they are just watching their life go by. Taking matters into your own hands and making choices will have a major...
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  • The Battle of Algiers unfolded over nine months in 1957 and was a particularly painful and brutal period in the Algerian War, which saw the citizens of this French colony fight for their independence. The French authorities responded to a campaign of guerrilla warfare by the National Liberation Front (FLN) with forced disappearances, torture and summary executions, which tarnished their reputation later on. In...
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  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, passed on 10 December 1948, was one of the most significant milestones of the 20th century. It was the first text to recognize that each individual is entitled to fundamental rights and freedoms which make us all equal to one another, regardless of nationality, religion, profession or ethnicity. In just 50 minutes, you will find out...
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