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July 11, 2005 Free Articles

3 Reasons to Work From Home

The first reason to work form home is there is ample opportunity to provide for a family by working from home. The Internet revolution has created a new marketplace, ripe for new businesses looking to launch.

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Engineer-to-Order Gehring Wraps Up Installation of ERP by Encompix

Gehring a full service machine tool operation, completes the six-month implementation of ERP system by Encompix.

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The Ultimate Weight Loss Attitude –

For what ever its worth, I would like to purpose this mental approach to you using four of the best plans out there. I want to point out the message, so do not shoot the messenger.

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The Psychology of Weight Loss – Getting to the ROOTS!

Get over your hang ups. Get through your false belief’s and GET MOVING!

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Network Marketing Success- MLM Recruiting- The 10 Rules for MLM Cold Market Classified Ads

What are the Ten Rules for Running Successful MLM Classified Ads? Are you making these mistakes? I hope not! Read on!

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Hero’s Journey (complete, 106 stages)

Beyond three and four act story structure, lies the Hero’s Journey.

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A Treatise Against Vivisection

A Dissertation to Charities Supporting Animal Experimentation

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Superstition

Dedication... To pain killers and relaxants, those drugs for after a long day of hard work, when all you want is a quick fix to make things pleasant once more....

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A Story of a Rose, an Artist, and History

The year was 2700 AD, and the technological advances of mankind were impressive. By now, 99% of disease had been eliminated, and the average life span was around 150 years. Innovating and exciting new fields of science had been opened and subdivided. Art found new and creative ways to be expressed. The ways of the people became not necessarily simple, but all directed towards fulfilling the passion of the heart, the creativitiy of the mind.

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Socialism: A Broader Explanation

IntroductionThe term "Socialism," as well as "Communism," has come to allow the meaning of a broad amount of societies and governments. Loosely, Socialism means government (or public) control of the economy and business to a certain extent. I have met members of various Socialist parties of all nations who have turned this loose definition into something more specific. Some go as far as to postulate that the end of government will be replaced with Democracy, while others devise "free societies" with abolishment of money and making everything free, while still others believe in Participatory Economics and not working if you desire not to (while still receiving the benefits of working, such as pay). Many of these Socialists, though, understand how broad a term "Socialism" is, and have more thoroughly described their idea of the mechanics of their Utopian societies.

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Curing Insomnia - 7 Steps To Better Sleep

Problems sleeping? Can't get to sleep? Wake during the night and can't get back to sleep? Wake before the birds in the morning? Here are 7 simple steps to curing insomnia and setting you on the road to better sleep.

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Should Atheism Be Defended?

Dedication I would like to dedicate this article to all of my friends. To Jawbreaker Savior, for her warmth and thoughtfulness. To Ooglie, for her kindness and affection. To Beast of Atheism, Liz, Ely, and all those who have helped me. And to everyone who helped make www.Punkerslut.com a reality.

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The Sexist Tragedy

A hero's words die slowly once his body has been given back to the earth. A last kiss. A song. A sunrise. A breeze. A memory of what it was once like.

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Sexism and Sexuality

We are born into this world naked, given nothing but the refuge of a family. To some, it is a great blessing, and to others, it is an abominable curse. The greatest decision in our lives that we have no choice over. But we are born into with world with a body and a mind. Two things which shall be the source of how we develop our character and personality. Little more than a conscience, an imagination, and some humble strength... We are born into this world naked. And we find ourselves being bombarded with horrific war stories, having to listen to a soldier's shakey voice describe how he lost his friend -- and when asked if he wanted revenge, by ratings-thirsty journalist, to hear that he never wanted to see any killing again. Those who do not lose their lives to the ravage of war are selling their souls to the corporate-based culture of the mainstream, as television ads and radio signals pervade the most personal aspects of our lives, based on the most recent survey of 10,000 high school students.

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The Role of Authority and Liberty in a Just Democracy

I have this one contention to make and prove in this essay: that the essence of all just authority stems from the common natures of mankind, and that the essence of all just liberty stems from the common differences of mankind. No political theorist will be at odds with me on this one point of my thesis: authority and liberty are diametrically opposed acts. Authority implies a limitation, a regulation, a restriction, an inhibition of the desires. Liberty implies no limitation, no relugation, ro restruction, no inhibition of the desires. But then there is the question of, "To Whom?" To whom is this liberty, and to whom is this authority? For a man to be allowed to steal property whenever he wishes will be a liberty to himself, but authority to the one whom is his target. For a man to be disallowed from a certain activity is an act of authority. When a man is allowed the right to freedom of speech, it is liberty to himself and an act of authority to the one who hears it. These are simple and confined cases of activity and the role of might or justice as it might appear. When we are judging an entire society, an act of authority is an inhibition on a certain action or activity that is enforced against all members of the commonwealth. Likewise, an act of liberty is this lack of authority, a lack of regulation, inhibition, or restriction -- liberty is the right to commit a certain action without deterrence.

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