Item description for Fifty-Two Simple Ways to Make a Difference by Paul Simon...
Overview This practical and inspiring book written by the former U.S. senator from Illinois and 1988 presidential candidate--who passed away in December 2003 at the age of 75--reminds readers that the little things do count, and offers concrete suggestions for small ways of making a difference.
Publishers Description Fifty-two Simple Ways to Make a Difference is a practical and inspiring book for general readers that reminds us that the little things we do count, and offers concrete suggestions for small ways of making a difference. Says the author, "I always run into people who have the 'well-what-could-I-do?' attitude. But small things really do make a difference. The longer I live the more I realize that the small things really are the big things in the long run." This book brings Simon's considerable experience in public service to general readers in a practical and inspiring way.
Citations And Professional Reviews Fifty-Two Simple Ways to Make a Difference by Paul Simon has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Library Journal - 03/29/2004
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Studio: Augsburg Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.52" Height: 0.35" Weight: 0.46 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2004
Publisher AUGSBURG FORTRESS PUB. #99
ISBN 0806646780 ISBN13 9780806646787
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More About Paul Simon
The late Paul Simon served as the founding director of the Public Policy Institute at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. He also taught courses in political science, journalism, and history. Prior to leaving the U.S. Senate and joining the SIUC faculty in 1997, Simon ranked as the senior senator from Illinois. In the 104th Congress, he served on the budget, labor and human resources, judiciary, and Indian affairs committees. He was the author or coauthor of nineteen books, including "Freedom's Champion: Elijah Lovejoy," "Tapped Out: The Coming World Crisis in Water and What We Can Do About It," and "P.S. The Autobiography of Paul Simon,"
Paul Simon currently resides in Makanda, in the state of Illinois. Paul Simon was born in 1928.