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Books· Forms of Taxation· In Search of the Perfect Economic Matrix· Budget Considerations· Terrorism, Ethics, and Modern Society· Inflation: Roots of Evil· CRIME AND PUNISHMENT: NEW STYLEShort Stories· Space Mercenaries· The Christmas Season· Slawn Green of Bellowed Wood--Unedited much· ParableArticles· Work Station Mechanics· Economic Forces Preface· SHORT ANALYSIS OF KEYNESIAN STIMULUS· The Coming Political Campaign· Benefits of Trade· Tax Cuts· The Gap Between Bush Claims and Reality· Bush Economic Policy· Understanding the Productive Process· Consumer DemandPoetry· The Toothless Carnivore· Foul Wind Blows· Conceit· The Trail Ends Here· The Laughter of Life· Here Stands the Devil· Name the Risk· Dark Moments· The Land Alone· Thought More poetry...
The years have been long, the memories longer. Can you remember going door-to-door to get Candy? Does it make you long for the next life?
Once so feared an Enemy,Now almost a personal friend;So many now taken, And life routine.A defeat,Now appearing as victory;After a battering day.
Can One be scared After a life of hard work.
The Miser can have the burden,Captured by the daily cares;As I surrender again,To the joys of release.It comes time for Halloween,And the ghouls will be out;None seeing the glory.
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