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Whatever Happened To Penny Candy

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  • Item #: 009411
    ISBN: 9780942617641
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  • Item #: 000238
    ISBN: 9780942617658
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  • Item #: 000237
    ISBN: 9780942617511
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    A step up from Whatever Happened to Penny Candy in both subject matter and grade level, this deals with inflation, paper money, gold supply and interest rates. The concept of "velocity" of money circulation is discussed, with its resulting effect on your career, business, and investments. Richard Maybury also gives his two cents as to where you should invest your money.

  • Item #: 009413
    ISBN: 9780942617467
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    Good question! Richard Maybury, author of Whatever Happened to Penny Candy, expresses in a lucid manner the workings of our legal system. Written as a series of letters to a nephew from Uncle Eric, topics include a discussion of the origins of government, principles on which our government is based, history of law, the difference between scientific law (how our government was intended) and political law (what we've ended up with), components of common law, reasons for government, and unsolved legal problems. This widely-endorsed book is also sprinkled with quotations from famous political teachers. An excellent introduction to law and justice! Revised edition.

  • Item #: 004531
    ISBN: 9780942617382
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    p> Uncle Eric (Richard Maybury) explains that we all formulate models to evaluate information. Models are, in essence, our basic belief systems. Whether a particular fact is important, unimportant, likely true or likely false depends on our model. This book is the foundation for Whatever Happened to Penny Candy and Whatever Happened to Justice?

  • Item #: 000236
    ISBN: 9780942617375
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    In this second sequel to Whatever Happened to Penny Candy, Richard Maybury gets down to the specifics of running a business and how to protect yourself and your business from government intrusion. This book would be most helpful for current or future entrepreneurs, but would also be helpful for an employee making career decisions. Cathy Duffy (CHECM - Jr/Sr High) says that after reading this book, "you will know more about the way business really works than many business college graduates."

  • Item #: 029483
    ISBN: 9780942617443
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    This is a compilation of 13 articles by noted economists to help students understand free market economics. After each article are thoughts and comprehension questions. A great companion to Whatever Happened to Penny Candy and the Economics Study Guide.

  • Item #: 019783
    ISBN: 9780942617535
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    Subtitled "What would Thomas Jefferson think of this?" Provides guidelines for selecting books consistent with the principles of America's founding fathers. Richard Maybury, known as "Uncle Eric" in Whatever Happened to Penny Candy and Whatever Happened to Justice, hits the mark again! This book helps home educators and older students make informed choices about which books to select by showing us how to identify the philosophical slant of the author. Cathy Duffy calls it "a perfect follow-up for [the other two books]. More than a 'book guide,' it teaches basic principles of economics and government in bite-size nuggets - with examples." Includes a recommended list of approved authors and three articles that tell the "other side" of American history - the one not generally told in school textbooks. A wonderful resource for homeschoolers or any lover of American history. Though the book contains several reading recommendations for children as young as ten, the bulk of the reading is recommended for the middle-school to high-school level. 127 pgs.