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John F. Kennedy on Leadership

by Joyce Faulkner

More than forty years after his death, Kennedy remains an icon of charming and effective leadership. Although young and relatively inexperienced when elected, JFK gave the impression that he was born with the skills that took him to the... Read More

Book Review

Category Killers

by Joyce Faulkner

For those old enough to remember a world without Wal-Mart, this book starts with an interesting romp through retail history. The days of bustling downtown shopping areas with Mom-and-Pop stores filled to the brim with American-made... Read More

Book Review

Michael

by Joyce Faulkner

Most siblings share many things—their parents their home their heritage their community their history their vision of what life can be. Family should give one a sense of belonging and self-esteem. The few unlucky siblings who are... Read More

Book Review

Norah's Children

by Joyce Faulkner

Brendan Kelly loved his wife. He gave her everything he could—although an emotionally impoverished man has little to offer. Together they produced five children but Brendan was a frustrated curmudgeon long before Norah the center of... Read More

Book Review

Rising Tide

by Joyce Faulkner

Ads proclaiming Ivory Soap to be “ninety-nine and 44/100 percent pure” are cultural icons that go back over a hundred years. Crisco, Tide, Duncan Hines-these Procter & Gamble products are so familiar as to be an integral part of... Read More

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