How Women Can Beat Terrorism

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Quadrafoil PressInc, Jan 15, 2004 - Social Science - 285 pages
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How Women Can Beat Terrorism presents a compelling plan for helping billions of men, women and children living in poverty while at the same time, making the Western world less prone to a multitude of terrorist attacks.

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CurtWeeden a former Johnson & Johnson corporate vice president, is president of of Business & Nonprofit Strategies, Inc., a consulting firmthat focuses on business social responsibility strategies.Richard Marek is former president and publisher of E. P. Dutton and editor in chief of The Dial Press. Marek has edited over three hundred books, including Thomas Harris's The Silence of The Lambs.

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