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Synopsis : Hope Intolerance and Greed written by Debra Jean Anderson, published by Greenwood Publishing Group which was released on 1995. Download Hope Intolerance and Greed Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Greed occurs when a society loses its focus upon the great ideals and concerns that were the original rationale for its formation . It occurs when selfishness and self - centeredness prevail over the rights of individuals and when self ... -- Allows educators to see America as it is, assists them in re-thinking the curriculum, and suggests what the majority in a democracy need to learn.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2003-05 - Publisher: Universal-Publishers
A number of distinguished international figures discuss the leadership challenges facing the international community with reference to globalisation, the United Nations, peaceful resolution of disputes, public policy in the United States and elsewhere. They address these issues from their own cultural perspectives ranging from South Africa, the United States, to Japan the Middle East and Latin America, within the context of leadership challenges that they personally experienced. Contributors: Oscar Arias, Hassan Bin Talal, George Bush, Jimmy Carter, Harlan Cleveland, Alvaro De Soto, Jan Egeland, Paul Findley, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Mikhail Gorbachev, Harriet Mayor-Fulbright, Yukio Matsuyama, Shimon Peres, Adel Safty, Cornelio Sommaruga, and Desmond Tutu.