Common Sense to the Nth Degree

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Tate Publishing, Mar 1, 2011 - Political Science - 212 pages
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As a society, are we more into smelling the roses or pulling the weeds? This is the question that plagues author Roger Shuman about modern society. Shuman's Common Sense to the Nth Degree boldly confronts the core issues facing the world today, challenging readers and citizens to look at the world with fresh and logical eyes and to concentrate more on enjoying the good things rather than trying to cull out the bad. Canvassing every hot button topic from the true meaning of the Constitution to the origins of road rage, Shuman uses real life examples and sometimes biting humor to analyze and indict the views of a culture gone mad with superficiality and ignorance. Delve into this collection of hypotheses and anecdotes, and learn what it means to possess Common Sense to the Nth Degree.
 

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Contents

Making Decisions
79
Systemic Problems in Our Education System
101
The Shuman Education Plan for Success
110
Racism Stereotyping Discrimination and Culture
119
Anecdotes
135
Our Legal Systemthe Good the Bad and the Ugly
141
Sociopolitical Issues
151
The Workplace
179
Foreign Relations
185
Too Smart for Our Own Good
195
Putting It All Together
201
Copyright

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