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Speak Out with Clout

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Speak Out with Clout

Author : Charles A. Boyle
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Speak Out with Clout All about Speeches and the News Media

Author : Charles A. Boyle
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Classroom Clout

Author : Anne Quarles
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The Complete Handbook for Freelance Writers

Author : Kay Cassill
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Presents guidelines for organizing and maintaining a freelance writing business, offering tips on promotion, publicity, and finance as well as describing responsibilities as author, editor, researcher, and bookkeeper. Bibliog 1=Authorship

Fortune

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Speechmaking

Author : J. Michael Sproule
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A postmodern framework, reflected in the second edition subtitle, brings together different traditions and patterns of communication from world wide oral rhetorics to today's speeches. Students learn to draw upon these resources help to develop their own communicative voice. Concepts and skills are demonstrated by extensive research (800 critical, historical, and empirical studies) and hundreds of contemporary and historical examples.

Speak Up to Move Up

Author : Duane Beeler
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Catalog of Copyright Entries

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
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Queer Clout

Author : Timothy Stewart-Winter
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In postwar America, the path to political power for gays and lesbians led through city hall. By the late 1980s, politicians and elected officials, who had originally sought political advantage from raiding gay bars and carting their patrons off to jail, were pursuing gays and lesbians aggressively as a voting bloc—not least by campaigning in those same bars. Gays had acquired power and influence. They had clout. Tracing the gay movement's trajectory since the 1950s from the closet to the corridors of power, Queer Clout is the first book to weave together activism and electoral politics, shifting the story from the coastal gay meccas to the nation's great inland metropolis. Timothy Stewart-Winter challenges the traditional division between the homophile and gay liberation movements, and stresses gay people's and African Americans' shared focus on police harassment. He highlights the crucial role of black civil rights activists and political leaders in offering white gays and lesbians not only a model for protest but also an opening to join an emerging liberal coalition in city hall. The book draws on diverse oral histories and archival records spanning half a century, including those of undercover vice and police red squad investigators, previously unexamined interviews by midcentury social scientists studying gay life, and newly available papers of activists, politicians, and city agencies. As the first history of gay politics in the post-Stonewall era grounded in archival research, Queer Clout sheds new light on the politics of race, religion, and the AIDS crisis, and it shows how big-city politics paved the way for the gay movement's unprecedented successes under the nation's first African American president.

Be Your Own Lobbyist How to Give Your Small Business Big Clout with State and Local Government

Author : Amy Handlin
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This book is the businessperson's guide to influencing government decisions without incurring the cost of a professional lobbyist, at a time when those decisions are, increasingly, a key to survival. • Real-world advocacy examples • Tip sheets, including "How to Work a Public Meeting," "Setting Expectations for Your Lobbying Effort," and "Don't Waste Your Money" • "For Example" sidebars, such as "Time-Wasters and Turnoffs" and "The 5 Biggest Mistakes" • "You Try It" exercises • Model advocacy materials, including letters, emails, scripts, testimony, press releases, and more • Sample laws, policies, and forms • A "Learn the Language" glossary decoding some of the key jargon used in local and state government • Resource guides for small businesses seeking government contracts

Press Summary Illinois Information Service

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46 National Leaders Speak Out on Options for Older Americans

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The Weekly Review

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Catholic School Journal

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Clout

Author : Stephen R. Graves
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We all want to be able to influence others, to have our voices counted in decisionmaking, and to make a contribution to our organization or community. Most books on this subject focus on personal power for personal ends— self-help approaches that show readers how to get what they want for themselves. But influence can be much more— a live force that is vital to the positive and productive functioning of organizations, communities, and relationships. In Clout Stephen R. Graves and Thomas G. Addington take an entirely new and fresh approach to the subject of influence, incorporating biblical wisdom and stories of exemplary people who have wielded influence with integrity and authenticity. Using classical analytical tools to examine the components of influence, the authors look at an array of historical and biblical models of both positive and negative influence, including Mother Teresa, Adam Smith, Jesus, St. Patrick, Malcolm Muggeridge, and even Rasputin. They analyze what drives this force in our personal and business lives and relationships and show readers how they too can become people of great influence and thereby have a message that is meaningful, an audience that is receptive, and a life that is believable.

California Journal

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Business Week

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Books for Secondary School Libraries

Author : National Association of Independent Schools. Ad Hoc Library Committee
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An Interpretation of Edmund Spenser s Colin Clout

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