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1 A Guide to Business Credit for Women, Minorities, and Small Businesses


Written by experts in the field, Quick Easy Guides share little-known trade secrets and helpful hints to get you moving in the right direction. Quick Easy Guides gives you books you can judge by the cover. Our books are short, sweet and cheap. You can see for yourself. We specialize in publishing books in the following categories: Business, Marketing, Careers & Work, Consumer Tips, Finance & Real Estate, Computers & Internet, Electronics, Cars & Auto, Hobbies, Food & Drink, Education, Health & Safety, Sports & Fitness, Fashion & Personal Care, Religion & Spirituality, Family & Relationships, Home & Garden, Pets & Animals, Holidays & Festivals, Travel. Quick Easy Guides -- helping people achieve success and happiness. 
Price: 5.00 USD

2 A Sustainable Economy for the 21st Century

Schor, Juliet B Open Media 1998 9.78E+12 Trade paperback


In this groundbreaking pamphlet, Juliet Schor, author of The Overworked American, examines how Americans can begin making the shift away from a resource-destructive society to one that values the environment, community, and quality of life above business and profit. She a traces back how after W.W. II, Americans had hoped that technology and social investment would yield shorter work weeks, more pay, and complete healthcare. Instead, we work more, get paid less, and maintain an indecent adult minimum wage. Where did we go wrong? Schor's pamphlet charts an economic vision based that aims to reduce work hours, increase leisure, create new work schedules that are not operating on a male model of employment, create green quotas and industry-wide environmental standards, alternative housing and transportation, raise minimum wage, restructure labor relations, change corporate culture, and promote social accountability. The pamphlet sets the guideposts, writes Noam Chomsky, for constructive thinking and action to save our country from becoming a plaything for investors and transnational corporations, and to place its fate in the hands of its citizens. 
Price: 5.95 USD

3 Backyard Market Sustainability, Environment & Gardening: The Entrepreneur's Guide to Selling What You Grow

Lee, Andrew W, and Lee, Andy, and Foreman, Patricia L Good Earth Publications 1993 962464805 Trade paperback

New Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 356 p. Good E 

The greatest opportunities can sometimes be found in our own backyards. This is true for the small-scale farmer/gardener who dreams of selling the fruits of their labors to an appreciative public. Discover how easy and profitable it is to grow and sell vegetables, fruits, flower, Herbs and small livestock from your backyard market garden. Make Money at Home! This inspirational, dirt-under-the-fingernails book with its earthy humor, has helped inspire the gardener next door to grow food not only for themselves, but others as well and make money while doing what they love. The authors have over 20 years of vegetable growing & small business experience into this handbook for beginning & experienced agricultural entrepreneurs. A complete guide to business management & marketing for the small scale vegetable grower. Contains a wealth of information on budgets, crop planning, direct marketing, farmers' markets, roadside & farm stands, food cooperatives, caterers, mail order, restaurants, pick your own, wholesale distributors, producers' cooperatives, & subscription marketing services such as clientele membership clubs, community supported farms, & home deliveries. Covers innovative & appropriately scaled equipment for the greenhouses & fields, labor requirements & training methods, locating & improving land for growing & retailing sites, & gives a very strong argument for the economic & ecologic benefits of organic & sustainable growing methods. Written by a master farmer who has walked his talk, Backyard Market Gardening is the flagship book that has helped spawn farmers' markets and community farms across America. It has inspired thousands of communities to pursue local food self-sufficiency. An easy, entertaining read that is very rewarding to the soul, the soil and the flow of capital. Twice selected by the Rodale Book Club as the Editors Choice for the Book-of-the-Month. 
Price: 19.95 USD

4 Bankruptcy for Profit

Eden Press 


Stapled Sheaf of Papers, stapled at the corner. If you ever wondered how some people "get away with it" through bankruptcy, this new report tells how and why. Dozens of scenarios are detailed using the federal bankruptcy laws as the means by which debts are wiped out, and assets and income are preserved. Obviously planning is involved, but for those who don't wait for the wolf to come to the door, bankruptcy can effectively put their financial lives in better shape than before. Even the "threat" of bankruptcy can be a useful way to deal with unreasonable lenders, and the results just as satisfying. Bankruptcy is indeed a great tool, and here's how to use it. Worth at least $1,000 in legal "advice". 
Price: 10.00 USD

5 Building Unions: Past, Present and Future

Kellman, Peter New York Apex Press 9.78E+12 Trade paperback

New Wuerker, Matt 

40 p. 
Price: 7.95 USD

6 Companies We Keep: Employee Ownership & the Business of Community and Place

Abrams, John Paperback

Brand New 

Part memoir and part examination of a new business model, the 2005 release of The Company We Keep marked the debut of an important new voice in the literature of American business. Now, in Companies We Keep, the revised and expanded edition of his 2005 work, John Abrams further develops his idea that companies flourish when they become centers of interdependence, or “communities of enterprise.” Thoroughly revised with an expanded focus on employee ownership and workplace democracy, Companies We Keep celebrates the idea that when employees share in the rewards as well as the responsibility for the decisions they make, better decisions result. This is an especially timely topic. Most of the baby boomer generation—the owners of millions of American businesses— will retire within the next two decades. In 2001, 50,000 businesses changed hands. In 2005, that number rose to 350,000. Projections call for 750,000 ownership transitions in 2009. Employee ownership—in both the philosophical and the practical sense—is gathering steam as businesses change hands, and Abrams examines some of the many ways this is done. Companies We Keep is structured around eight principles—from “Sharing Ownership” and “Cultivating Workplace Democracy” to “Thinking Like Cathedral Builders” and “Committing to the Business of Place”—that Abrams has discovered in the 32 years since he cofounded South Mountain Company on the island of Martha’s Vineyard. Together, these principles reveal communities of enterprise as a potent force of change that can—and will— improve the way Americans do business. 
Price: 17.95 USD

7 Complete Guide to Offshore Money Havens


Price: 30.00 USD

8 Complete Tax Audit Guide


Price: 15.00 USD

9 Debt: The First 5,000 Years

Graeber, David 1933633867 / 9781933633862 Hardcover

Brand New! 

Every economics textbook says the same thing: Money was invented to replace onerous and complicated barter system--to relieve ancient people from having to haul their goods to market. The problem with this version of history? There's not a shred of evidence to support it. Here anthropologist David Graeber presents a stunning reversal of conventional wisdom. He shows that for more than 5,000 years, since the beginning of the agrarian empires, humans have used elaborate credit systems. It is in this era, Graeber shows, that we also first encounter a society divided into debtors and creditors. With the passage of time, however, virtual credit money was replaced by gold and silver coins--and the system as a whole began to decline. Interest rates spiked and the indebted became slaves. And the system perpetuated itself with tremendously violent consequences, with only the rare intervention of kings and churches keeping the system from spiraling out of control. Debt: The First 5,000 Years is a fascinating chronicle of this little known history--as well as how it has defined human history, and what it means for the credit crisis of the present day and the future of our economy. 
Price: 32.00 USD

10 Deep Inside the Underground Economy: How Millions of Americans Are Practicing Free Enterprise in an Unfree Society

Cash, Adam, Psy Paladin Press 9.78E+12 Trade paperback


Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 232 p. Audience: General/trade. THIS IS THE NEWER PALADIN PRESS EDITION. Are you fed up with giving so much of your hard-earned cash to the government, then watching it get spent on ridiculous pork-barrel special-interest projects? Would you like to hold on to more of your money for your own special-interest boondoggles? The underground economy continues to grow in spite of ever-widening atttempts by the government to regulate and tax everything we do. Millions of Americans are practicing free enterprise in today's increasingly unfree tax society. This former Loompanics title is the most comprehensive how-to book ever written for those entrepreneurial individuals who have decided to end their slavery to a wage and to government taxation as well. Discover how you can keep more of what you earn for yourself. Here you will find complete and up-to-date information on the ins and outs of guerrilla capitalism and the underground economy in this country. 
Price: 24.95 USD

11 Defeating Industrial Spies

Long, Duncan Loompanics Unlimited 1991 9.78E+12 Trade paperback


Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 132 p. Audience: General/trade. 
Price: 24.95 USD

12 Defying Corporations, Defining Democracy: A Book of History & Strategy

Ritz, Dean Apex Press 2001 9.78E+12 Trade paperback


336 p. Audience: General/trade. 
Price: 17.95 USD

13 Depression 2.0: Creative Strategies for Tough Economic Times

Nelson, Cletus Process 2009 9.78E+12 Trade paperback


With Contributions from Douglas Rushkoff, Claire Wolfe and Charles Hugh Smith We have grown accustomed to life in a stable and prosperous society, and many of us are not prepared for financial uncertainty. Depression 2.0 is a practical, empowering, hands-on guide to persevering and even thriving in the event of an economic crisis. Placing particular emphasis on self-sufficiency, community-building, and personal resilience, this timely, informative book offers a hopeful way forward in a time of great uncertainty. Bankruptcy, barter, and survival investing are just a few of the important topics explored. Chapters include: Worst Case Scenario: Contemplating Unemployment Down but Not Out: Economics for Leaner Times Walking Away: Thinking about Bankruptcy In Case of Emergency: The Resilient Home Return to Simplicity: Retreat Options Keeping the Lights on: Home Energy Solutions Between the Cracks: When You Have No Shelter Beyond Currency: When Greenbacks Go Bad Survival Finances: Crisis Investing Future Shift: The Road Ahead Depression 2.0 is the fourth title in Process celebrated Self-Reliance Series, created to help urbanites make smart choices to live sustainably in the twenty-first century. 
Price: 16.95 USD

14 Direct Pointing to Real Wealth: Thomas J. Elpel's Field Guide to Money

Elpel, Thomas J. 1892784084 / 9781892784087 Paperback

Brand New 

All living organisms consume energy, modify resources from the environment and produce waste. That is an inescapable fact of life. But in nature all material wastes are recycled as inputs to other living organisms. The only true waste is diffuse, low-grade heat. In order to create a truly sustainable economy we must mimic the ecosystem so that the waste of every household and business becomes resource inputs to other enterprises, and the only waste produced is diffuse, low-grade heat from renewable resources like solar. In Direct Pointing to Real Wealth Thomas J. Elpel demonstrates that it is inevitable that we will create an ecologically sustainable economy. Tom turns conventional thinking on its head and out-lines steps you can take to increase your prosperity right now while closing the loop on waste and speeding the transition to a greener world. Direct Pointing to Real Wealth is an enlightened look at the nature of money. Discover how the economy is like an ecosystem and how money is a token we use to represent calories of energy in the ecosystem. Tom's unique approach to money takes you beyond the numbers game to a direct examination of the laws of physics, biology, and economics. These laws are the same today as in the Stone Age, when people worked only a few hours per day and had much more leisure time than we do now. Whether you are raising a family or running a business, Tom's book gives you a fresh new look at economics, ecology and how to achieve your Dreams. Break through perceived limitations to discover a world of prosperity and abundance! 5th Edition. May 2000. 182 Pages. 
Price: 30.00 USD

15 Disinherit the IRS


Price: 10.00 USD

16 Ditching Your Debts


Price: 14.95 USD

17 Economic Sodomy: How Modern Frauds Work and How to Protect Yourself

Santoro, Victor Loompanics Unlimited 1994 9.78E+12 Trade paperback


Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 182 p. Audience: General/trade. 
Price: 7.95 USD

18 Everyman's Guide to Tax Havens

Starchild, Adam 

Stapled sheaf of papers, like most Eden Press Publications. Offshore expert, Adam Starchild, offers this overview of the world of tax havens and just how they can benefit you. Readers should consider their own needs first, and then locate a tax haven to suit them. This concise guide covers a wide range of personal and financial considerations which specific tax havens seek to address. A dozen specific tax havens are detailed with their respective advantages, with professional advice on how to approach still more 
Price: 25.00 USD

19 Fair Trade

DeCarlo, Jacqueline 1851685219 / 9781851685219 Trade Paperback

Brand New! 

What's wrong with buying regular coffee? Does Fair Trade necessarily mean ethical trade? What impact can the average consumer have on global economics? Author and activist Jacqueline DeCarlo reveals why the movement has come to mean far more than just bananas, coffee, and chocolate. Grounded in the inspiring power of Fair Trade as a positive alternative to poverty, environmental destruction, and human exploitation, this enlightening book explains how we can make a difference. Providing an accessible explanation of the principles behind the movement and tracing its development into the powerful economic and social justice tool it is today. 
Price: 14.95 USD

20 From Conflict to Cooperation: How to Mediate a Dispute

Potter, Beverly, Dr. Ronin Publishing (CA) 1996 914171798 Trade paperback

New Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 182 p. Audien Frank, Phil 

Conflict-when handled effectively-is an opportunity to clarify expectations, build cohesiveness and create a problem solving atmosphere. From Conflict To Cooperation presents effective techniques for resolving disputes-powerful tools for managers, supervisors, coaches, parents, teachers, friends, counselors, neighborhood leaders, police officers and anyone caught in the middle of other people's disputes. Best selling author, Dr. Beverly Potter, shows how effective mediators can bring people together to produce creative solutions. From Conflict To Cooperation is a sensible manual filled with hands-on techniques, illustrations, and realistic scenarios. This book shows how to intervene to control bickering and hostile outbursts while uncovering how each party sees the issues. Using detailed examples, Dr. Beverly Potter demonstrates how to mediate an agreement between disputants which includes an action plan that specifies what will be done, who will do it and when. 
Price: 14.95 USD

21 Gaveling Down the Rabble: How Free Trade Is Stealing Our Democracy

Morris, Jane Anne Apex Press 2008 9.78E+12 Trade paperback

New Audience: General/trade. 

In Gaveling Down the Rabble, author/activist Jane Anne Morris explores a century and a half of efforts by corporations and the courts to undermine local democracy in the United States by using a free trade model. It was that very nineteenth-century model that was later adopted globally by corporations to subvert local attempts at protecting the environment and citizen and worker health. Gaveling Down the Rabble is essential reading for understanding the background of the current struggle for U.S. democracy local, state and national against growing corporate power and how we can challenge it. 
Price: 18.94 USD

22 Getting Started in the Underground Economy


Price: 14.95 USD

23 Go Green: How to Build an Earth-Friendly Community

Taylor, Nancy H Gibbs Smith Publishers 2008 9.78E+12 Trade paperback


Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 164 p. Audience: General/trade. 
Price: 19.95 USD

24 Gruesome Acts of Capitalism: Second Edition

Lester, David (Compiled by) Arbeiter Ring 2007 9.78E+12 Revised ed. Trade paperback


Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 125 p. Audience: General/trade. 
Price: 10.92 USD

25 Houses to Go: How to Buy a Good Home Cheap

Williams, Robert L Loompanics Unlimited 1997 9.78E+12 Trade paperback

New Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 

It will probably be news to many readers, particularly those trying to buy or build a first home, but there are incredible bargains to be found in homes that are slated for demolition, homes that are perfectly solid, sometimes spectacular that can be purchased for extremely low prices and moved to a new site. In Houses to Go, Robert L. Williams covers all the details--how to find these houses, how much you should pay, how to prepare the new site, how to arrange the move, how to build a proper foundation for particular structures, even how to do basic plumbing hook-ups and kitchen-cabinet hanging once the home has been moved. You'll even find instructions on how to salvage and clean bricks and concrete blocks for reuse. The story of the author's own home--appraised at well over $100, 000, purchased initially for 73 cents (! ) and moved and finished for less than $15, 000--is illustrative of the kinds of bargains available to a savvy home buyer armed with the information in this eye-opening book. 
Price: 9.95 USD

26 How the Economy Was Lost: The War of the Worlds

Roberts, Paul Craig Trade Paperback

Brand New! 

The US economy has disintegrated, and with it into the abyss plummet the blueprints of neoliberal economists, whose theories about the free market have now gone the way of medieval alchemy. No voice has been stronger, no prose more forceful, than that of Paul Craig Roberts in predicting collapse. His weekly columns in CounterPunch have won an audience of millions around the world, grateful for a trained economist who can explain lucidly how the well-being of the planet has been held hostage by the gangster elite. Now Dr. Roberts has written the shortest, sharpest outline of economics for the twenty-first century ever put between book covers. He traces the path to ruin and lays out the choices that must be made. There is the empty world of corporate exploitation, abetted by the vast majority of economists; or the full world of responsible management and distribution of our resources. Amid crisis, this is the guide you've been waiting for. 
Price: 15.95 USD

27 How to Cut Your Property Taxes


Price: 10.00 USD

28 How to Do Business Off the Books

Cash, Adam Loompanics Unlimited 1986 915179253 Trade paperback


Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 156 p. Audience: General/trade. 
Price: 14.95 USD

29 How to Earn $15 to $50 an Hour and More with a Pickup Truck or Van (Rev)

Lilly, Don Darian Books 1987 910899096 Revised. Unabridged. Trade paperback

New Ritcher, Hank 

Trade paperback (US). 172 p. 
Price: 16.95 USD

30 How to Launder Money

Gregg, John Port Townsend, WA Loompanics Unlimited 1982 Trade paperback


61 p. 
Price: 28.50 USD

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