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Blind Trust

Blind Trust ebook ISBN: 9780688069674
Publisher: William Morrow & Company
Author: John J. Nance
Number of Pages: 416 
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Arguing that deregulation has added nearly irresistible economic pressures to a system already strained, the author, a pilot and lawyer, examines the limitations of the Federal Aviation Administration, explores the role of human performance in safety prob

Blind Trust

Blind Trust ebook ISBN: 9780310861195
Publisher: Zondervan
Author: Terri Blackstock
Number of Pages: 256 
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Two weeks before he was to marry Sherry Grayson, Clint Jessup disappeared without a trace. Now, suddenly, eight months later, he's back with no word of explanation. Only an impossible request: trust him. Trust him despite the devastating past. . .and an inexplicable and increasingly frightening present. Whatever secret Clint is hiding, it's changed him. And it's about to change Sherry, sweeping her and Clint into a terrifying whirlpool of pursuit and intrigue--one where death and deliverance teeter on a razor edge of circumstance that can either restore or forever destroy Sherry's faith not only in Clint, but in others, and perhaps in God himself. Blind Trust is part of the Second Chances series by award-winning suspense novelist Terri Blackstock. Combining fast-paced reading with realistic characters and situations, Second Chances takes readers to where the conflict between good and evil becomes the proving grounds of faith.

Blind Trust

Blind Trust ebook ISBN: 1488040451
Publisher: Harlequin
Author: Laura Scott
Number of Pages: 224 
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A puppy stolen, a woman in jeopardy… The next exciting True Blue K-9 Unit story When guide dog trainer Eva Kendall stumbles on a dognapping, someone sets their deadly sights on her. Now she’ll do anything to find her guide-dog-in-training—except admit her most painful secret to K-9 officer Finn Gallagher. But can Finn and his K-9 partner help her track down the puppy…and uncover the criminal’s true motives before attacks on Eva turn fatal?

Blind Trust

Blind Trust ebook ISBN: 1452123586
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Author: Barbara Boxer
Number of Pages: 234 
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Now married (to a Republican!) and in her second term, United States Senator Ellen Fisher (Democrat) is about to chair explosive hearings on Homeland Security. Before she goes head to head with the Vice President, whose excessive zeal in enforcing national security has begun to infringe on individual liberties, Ellen and her staff become the subjects of a barrage of charges and attacks that threaten their safety, as well as her career and marriage. This second novel by Senator Barbara Boxer is the story of dirty tricks and political survival, and the battle for integrity in the corridors of power. Combining the personal and the political, Blind Trust is an intriguing insider's view of what goes on behind closed doors in Washington, D.C.

Blind Trust

Blind Trust ebook ISBN: 1590773772
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Author: Susannah Bamford
Number of Pages: 264 
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In the exclusive world of New York Society, Darcy Snow Statton’s wealth and bloodline place her at the very top of the city’s elite. Yet, for all her jewelry and dazzling ballroom gowns, Darcy has no freedom. While their husbands quadruple their fortunes, proper ladies engage in polite parlor chatter and stringent etiquette. Darcy’s husband, Claude Statton, us a man of uncertain birth but enormous wealth, a man whose polished exterior belies his dark habits and the unspeakable plans he ahs for his wife. Darcy is a prisoner off Claude’s Fifth Avenue mansion and she has sworn to escape or die trying. One snowy night, former Pinkerton agent Tavish Finn discovers Darcy attempting to flee. Though he is an acquaintance of Claude Statton, he has a way of extracting the truth from the gilded lies of the rich and he knows shocking secrets about Darcy’s husband. He knows that Darcy is suffocating in her rarefied prison and in Tavish’s eyes, Darcy sees a glimmer of hope…and a blessed promise of freedom. The excitement and grandeur of America at the turn of the century provide a glittering backdrop for Blind Trust, a story of passage and growth, of cool danger and heated greed, and of the passionate struggle waged by one woman determined to break free of the chains of convention.

Blind Trust

Blind Trust ebook ISBN: 9780758207357
Publisher: Dafina Books
Author: Leslie Esdaile Banks
Number of Pages: 276 
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Taking down one of Philadelphia's most corrupt families, financial whiz Laura Caldwell retires to the Cayman Islands with her new boyfriend, detective James Carter, but their newfound happiness is shattered when enemies from her past, bent on revenge, enter the picture. Original.

Blind Trust With Open Eyes

Blind Trust With Open Eyes ebook ISBN: 8494140280
Publisher: Dinor Adam V. Levi
Author: Dinor Adam V. Levi
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"This book pulls the curtain back to give you an inside look into the telecom industry and how everyone's desire for fraud protection caused them to flock to EMS." "Very good book - some may not relate but if you are in the telecom industry a must read as this was probably not the only fraudulent activity!" The rise and fall of a telecom titan narrated from the eye of the storm On Friday September 9th 2011, EMS, one of the most prominent financial clearing houses in the global telecommunication reseller market place, was brought to its knees and it declared bankruptcy several months thereafter. This event shook the industry, crushing many small and medium-sized companies globally and dramatically reducing the amount of business transactions within the community. Although there were only a few weeks between the first public signs of collapse and the effective dismantling of the company, it is now clear that the cracks in the wall started to appear much earlier. They were disregarded and diminished due to the blind trust, confidence and loyalty that lay within and outside the company. As a telecommunications industry executive and as a client of EMS, but also as the silent partner in EMS who discovered these cracks, unveiled the truth and was forced to deal with all the subsequent legal and industrial actions, I present you with my account of what happened. It is my sincere attempt to address the many unanswered questions left by this overwhelming stream of events. This is the story of how my eyes were opened to the truth.

Blind Trust (Port Aster Secrets Book #2)

Blind Trust (Port Aster Secrets Book #2) ebook ISBN: 1441245065
Publisher: Revell
Author: Sandra Orchard
Number of Pages: 384 
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Kate Adams had no idea she was carrying counterfeit money, and she can't believe that it came from her sweet neighbor. Or that it lands her in the middle of another one of Detective Tom Parker's investigations. Determined to prove her neighbor's innocence, Kate stumbles into a pit of intrigue that is far deeper than a two-bit counterfeit operation--and strikes too close to home for comfort. As family secrets come to light, her world--and her budding romance with Tom--begin to crumble. To Kate, it's clear that she won't be safe until she uncovers all of Port Aster's secrets. But is it too late for her and Tom? Award-winning author Sandra Orchard draws readers into a world of rogues, red herrings, and romance as she unfolds the continuing story of amateur sleuth Kate Adams.

Blind Trust

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Blind Trust

Blind Trust ebook ISBN: 0985281588
Publisher: Pitchstone Publishing (US&CA)
Author: Vamik Volkan
Number of Pages: 367 
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Blind Trust is the culmination of more than three decades of profound immersion in the most pressing sociopolitical conflicts of our time, by the psychoanalyst with probably the most direct experience with such issues of any in the world. Author Vamik Volkan applies his knowledge of depth psychology to the turbulent and destructive human experiences in the current cauldrons of the greatest unrest and disaster throughout Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Illuminating the etiologic bases of war, revolution, massacres, and terror, as these have disturbed the world from ancient times to modern civilization, his voice speaks for the imperative of reason and the application of modern analytic knowledge for conflict resolution at the highest levels. The subjects are large groups and their leaders: windows into the lives of the Prophet Muhammad, Stalin, Milosevic, Osama Bin Laden, and David Koresh are interspersed with examinations of religion and fundamentalism and a sober study of suicide attackers. Volkan's detailed and scholarly description of regressive movements in large-group identities, complemented by an equal attention to progressive and creative reparative forces, represents a significant expansion of our understanding of group psychology.

Sherise: Blind Trust

Sherise: Blind Trust ebook ISBN: 161651776X
Publisher: Saddleback Educational Publ
Author: Shay Jackson
Number of Pages: 115 
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Themes: Hi-Lo, Teen girls, friendships, drama, pride, role of women, high school life. Whether they joined the Yearbook Club or they were asked to participate by cranky school counselor, Mr. Crandall, the YC girls become fast friends. Kiki, Marnyke, Nishell, Sherise, and Tia are best friends forever. But all BFFs have their differences. Fights, jealousies, secret crushes-- introducing the gossipy girls of South Central High. Will shy Kiki ever move beyond the shadow of her popular twin? Can Nishell overcome an embarrassing secret? Will Sherise's relationship with Marnyke's ex cause trouble for everyone? Will Marnyke's deep loneliness lead to an unwise decision? And will Tia realize that driving ambition without friendship is hollow? All under 150-pages. Sherise thinks Carlos is fine. Everyone else, including her sister, Kiki, says he's a thug. But Carlos swears that he's out of the game.

Blind Trust

Blind Trust ebook ISBN: 9781450055116
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Victoria Torchia
Number of Pages: 162 
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Leah Hunter isn't your average teenage outcast. Her parents were murdered when she was ten, and what she saw that night changed her life forever. Now, at seventeen, Leah is The Slayer, the one and only assassin of all things fictional. When her Foster mother is killed and her brother kidnapped, will she be able to team up with what she has sworn to kill to save him? Will a love she had forbidden herself from feeling bloom on the way? This is her most dangerous mission yet in more ways than one. But will it be her last?

Blind Trust

Blind Trust ebook ISBN: 9780606251297
Publisher: Turtleback Books
Author: Katherine Hengel,Shay Jackson
Number of Pages: 115 
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Fashionable, popular Sherise joins the Yearbook Club along with her more studious twin, Kiki, but even Kiki is not happy that she continues to be interested in Carlos, who may be dealing drugs again

Blind Trust

Blind Trust ebook ISBN:
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Author: Shay Jackson
Number of Pages: 115 
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"Sherise thinks Carlos is fine. Everyone else, including her sister, Kiki, says he's a thug. But Carlos swears that he's out of the game"--Page 4 of cover.

Building Trust

Building Trust ebook ISBN: 0199839468
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Author: Robert C. Solomon,Fernando Flores
Number of Pages: 192 
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In business, politics, marriage, indeed in any significant relationship, trust is the essential precondition upon which all real success depends. But what, precisely, is trust? How can it be achieved and sustained? And, most importantly, how can it be regained once it has been broken? In Building Trust, Robert C. Solomon and Fernando Flores offer compelling answers to these questions. They argue that trust is not something that simply exists from the beginning, something we can assume or take for granted; that it is not a static quality or "social glue." Instead, they assert that trust is an emotional skill, an active and dynamic part of our lives that we build and sustain with our promises and commitments, our emotions and integrity. In looking closely at the effects of mistrust, such as insidious office politics that can sabotage a company's efficiency, Solomon and Flores demonstrate how to move from na?ve trust that is easily shattered to an authentic trust that is sophisticated, reflective, and possible to renew. As the global economy makes us more and more reliant on "strangers," and as our political and personal interactions become more complex, Building Trust offers invaluable insight into a vital aspect of human relationships.

Trust and the Health of Organizations

Trust and the Health of Organizations ebook ISBN: 9780306472657
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Author: John G. Bruhn
Number of Pages: 222 
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The level of trust in an organization's culture will ultimately determine whether or not it is trustful, healthy and successful. This text is based on interviews with chief executive officers from profit and non-profit organizations, who record their experiences in creating trust in their environment and their perceptions of the health of their organizations. The collected data reveals: the qualities of a "trusted" leader; how they created trust or how trust was destroyed in organizations; how leaders worked in distrustful environments; and how to create a more healthy organization.

The Spirit-Driven Leader

The Spirit-Driven Leader ebook ISBN: 0664229867
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
Author: Carnegie Samuel Calian
Number of Pages: 129 
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What do Bill Gates, King Solomon, Abraham, and Lincoln have in common? They're all excellent examples of how leaders under pressure manage to succeed. Former Pittsburgh seminary president Sam Calian outlines seven keys to effective leadership under pressure: creativity, competence, commitment, character, collegiality, compassion, and courage. Filled with telling anecdotes, Calian's book asks readers to look not only within themselves but to reach out to others to inspire hope and build stronger communities in trying times.

Lobbying and Policymaking

Lobbying and Policymaking ebook ISBN: 1452289344
Publisher: SAGE
Author: Kenneth Godwin,Scott H. Ainsworth,Erik Godwin
Number of Pages: 280 
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Built on interviews with over 100 lobbyists, Kenneth Godwin, Scott Ainsworth, and Erik Godwin show that much of the research on organized interests overlooks the lobbying of regulatory agencies even though it accounts for almost half of all lobbying—even though bureaucratic agencies have considerable leeway in the how they choose to implement law. This groundbreaking new book argues that lobbying activity is not mainly a struggle among competing interests over highly collective goods; rather, it's the public provision of private goods. Through a series of highly readable case studies, the authors employ both neopluralist and exchange perspectives to explore the lobbying activity that occurs in the later stages of the policymaking process which are typically less partisan, involve little conflict, and receive scant public attention. Lobbying and Policymaking: The Public Pursuit of Primvate Interests is an ideal way to expose students to cutting-edge research in an accessible, fascinating package.

Religion and Media

Religion and Media ebook ISBN: 9780804734974
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Author: Hent de Vries,Samuel Weber
Number of Pages: 649 
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Counter The twenty-five contributors to this volume - who include such influential thinkers as Jacques Derrida, Jean-Luc Nancy, Talal Asad, and James Siegel - confront the conceptual, analytical, and empirical difficulties involved in addressing the complex relationship between religion and media. The book's introductory section offers a prolegomenon to the multiple problems raised by an interdisciplinary approach to these multifaceted phenomena. The essays in the following part provide exemplary approaches to the historical and systematic background to the study of religion and media. The third part presents case studies by anthropologists and scholars of comparative religion. The book concludes with two remarkable documents: a chapter from Theodor W. Adorno's study of the relationship between religion and media in the context of political agitation (The Psychological Technique of Martin Luther Thomas's Radio Addresses) and a section from Niklas Luhmann's monumental Die Gesellschaft der Gesellschaft (Society as a Social System).