When Things Go Wrong: Concepts of Change

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 20, 2001 - Political Science - 200 pages

The focal point of When Things Go Wrong Is Change - the only concept that does not change.

In a contemporary world where materialistic pursuits and economic exigencies have prompted a war between morality and calamity, this book in its simplicity remains a must read. From marriage and divorce to inter and intra-racial accomodation; from gender issues to child abuse, "When Things Go Wrong" would satisfy your thirst from a moral and bicultural perspective. When Things Go Wrong has a unique literary dimension. It is informative, educative, entertaining, thought-provoking and unique. It is a literary recipe for change. Virtually everything you desire for your reading pleasure would be seen in this book. Welcome Aboard!


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Pedus Chidi Eweama is a native of Nigeria who now lives in Savannah, Georgia. As a freelance writer, he has contributed to various local and international journals. Pedus was a local winner in the 1999 “letter to the front” worldwide letter writing contest. As a poet, his celebrated poem, “A Mutilated Virgin of Ten”, was recently published in the International Library of Poetry Anthology, “Nature’s Echoes”. At the time of this publication, he is a semi-finalist contending for the International Library of Poetry Open Poetry Contest Award. Some of his award-winning poems have also been published in the Famous Poets’ Anthology, “GEM 2000". A believer in volunteerism, he founded Child Aid, Survival and Development International (CASDI) as well as volunteers for the American Red Cross (ARC) As a human rights activist, he belongs to the International Society for Human Rights (ISHR) and The Community Rights Project (CRP). Pedus is a new generation writer who strongly believe in perseverance, dedication and innovation.

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