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The book for those with unclean hands. Economics is a book based on the gargantuan fact that the world economy is so all-inclusive that it embraces good and evil equally. And no one can do good, like feed their children and clothe themselves and love one another, without somehow bowing down before the presence of evil. Economics moves from large to small. It contains an essay coining the word "trut"-- the mutable concoction of facts employed for an ulterior purpose. 4/5 of the truth, lined up in a reasonable facsimile of the truth. And it contains tiny accounts of the author, exposing his own economics, his own bowing down, and finding dignity in it all. Economics contains found poems and obitpoems. Economics is a book for people.
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Daniel X. O'Neil is a poet and performer born in Pittsburgh, PA. Economics is his third book, following "BRICKS: A New Book of Poems" and "Memo To All Employees". He has been continuously employed as an internet consultant since 1998. He buys things on sale whenever possible. He used to be a paralegal. The Chicago Bulls basketball team is personally responsible for at least 8 of the top 50 moments of his life. He teaches poetry in the schools, see poetryandtechnology.com for more. His two favorite people in the world are, by coincidence, the only two he's helped make: CXO, (4 & 1/2), and CJO, (2 & 1/2). They are parishoners at Queen of Angels Catholic Church in Chicago.
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Book Description Juggernaut, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110964613751
Book Description Juggernaut, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. 1st. Seller Inventory # DADAX0964613751