With great wit and forcefulness, Shaw here presents the conditions under which he thought the world could look forward to the future with hope. This book sets out most completely Shaw's indictment of capitalism as the source of both domestic injustice and international enmity, and his arguments for a socialist egalitarian society as the only society assured a healthy future.
The Intelligent Woman's Guide to On line Dating is two books in one! The first book: "How I Did It" is Dale's story of how she found her Mr. Right on line. It is Dale's own inspirational journey after her 'perfect' 25 year marriage was over (her husband left her for a man) and her joining an online dating service 12 days later. She made her way through thousands of profiles and met hundreds of men (!) until she met her Mr. Right. Flip the book over to reveal Book Two: If I Can Do It, You Can Too! Dale shares how she learned to make the most of online dating and polished her skills and created strategies that really worked. There are tips on everything from the photos, to the profile along with the search, initial contact, response and meeting. Dale offers solid tips on writing that all so important profile--one that works!
An Essay Designed to Point Out the Basic Things One Should Look for in Order to Appraise Intelligently and Fully Appreciate Whatever Paintings One May See, Prepared for Distribution to the General Federation of Women
As a lifelong socialist, Shaw believed that economic inequality was a poison destroying every aspect of human life, perverting family affections and the relations between the sexes. According to him, all British institutions were "e;corrupted at the root by pecuniary interest"e; - and idealism, integrity and any piecemeal attempts at political reform were futile in the face of the gross injustice built into the Empire's economic system.Begun in 1924 - the year of the British Labour Party's first period of office under Ramsay MacDonald (who hailed it as "e;the world's most important book since the Bible"e;) - and first published in 1928, The Intelligent Woman's Guide draws on Shaw's decades of activism and remains a brilliant, thought-provoking classic of political propaganda.