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Multi-Level Marketing Social Impact

Learn about social problems associated with multi-level marketing and suggestions for improvement from Kelsey of the GoalGetter blog.

Source: The Social Impact of Multi-Level Marketing


The Reality Of Victorian Leeds

I write crime novels set in Leeds. Historical crime.

That’s hardly a revelation, I know.

The crimes are the spine of my books. But I try to put a little more meat on the bones. 678 more words

On this day 1914, Robert Tressell's working class novel is published.

Robert Tressell was the non-de-plume of Robert Noonan, a house painter. The illegitimate son of Mary Ann Noonan and Samuel Croker (a retired magistrate), he was born in Dublin in 1870 and settled in England in 1901 after a short spell living and working in South Africa. 172 more words


Growing Up in Working Class Youngstown -- Hopewell Furnace

It all began here, as far as iron and steel making in the Mahoning Valley goes. In 1802, the same year that Youngstown was incorporated, James and Daniel Heaton (they later changed their name to Eaton) built an iron furnace along Yellow Creek, below Lake Hamilton, in present day Struthers. 432 more words


I was too young to know if my heart misbehaved itself in any way

Christy Brown was born a victim of cerebral palsy. But the hapless, lolling baby concealed the brilliantly imaginative and sensitive mind of a writer who would take his place among the giants of Irish literature. 45 more words


Everyday People

Among the conversations about mission and particularly urban mission I’ve picked up on a tendency to polarise mission fields.  We seem to talk in terms of two mission fields… 474 more words

The Christian Life