By Michael Haas
This e-book explains how advancements within the Aloha nation, that have supplied management to the U.S., will be copied somewhere else, based mostly at the means of opposite cultural engineering, that's the unrecognized foundation for criminal platforms round the world.
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How to Demolish Racism: Lessons from the State of Hawai'i by Michael Haas