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Liberty

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Liberty involves the presence of opportunities like education, employment and amenities, for expressing one's thoughts, words and actions for all and sundry; and the imposition of some restraints such as criminal laws generally and libel specifically, so that no person erodes the liberty of another. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you liberty. It clearly explains the types of liberty like the civil liberty (human rights), political liberty and economic liberty. It analyzes the human rights like the right to life, right to dignity of human person, right to personal liberty, freedom of association and right to privacy. Rights go with duties. If we have inalienable rights, we also have duties we must perform for the State. They include paying taxes, obeying laws, appearing in a court as a witness, and voting during an election. It appraises political liberty. It throws light on the nature of political liberty:'Political liberty is the right to join in constituting and controlling the government.'It evaluates economic liberty. It sheds light on the nuances of economic liberty:'By economic liberty, I mean the security and the opportunity to find reasonable significance in the earning of one's daily bread.'It discusses how to restrict liberty so that neither the citizens nor the State can slide into licence. It throws light on the limitations to human rights like the right to life, right to dignity of human person, right to personal liberty and right to privacy. And it lays emphasis on how to safeguard the rights of citizens and prevent them from being violated by the public officials.

Justice

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Justice means the quality of being right and fair in behaviour and treatment. In law, it implies a proper balance achieved between the ability of the defendant to establish innocence and the ability of the prosecutor to establish guilt. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you justice. It clearly explains the sources of justice like the religion, nature and ethics. It analyzes legal justice. It throws light on the nature of legal justice:'Justice in the legal sphere consists not only in an efficient administration of law, but it postulates that law itself should embody human values according to the prevailing social consciousness. If law does not reflect the changing social values, it will turn out to be a dead weight on the wheels of social progress, only to be discarded in a violent overthrow.'It appraises political justice. It sheds light on the nuances of political justice:'First, political justice refers to the transformation of political institutions, political processes and political rights according to the current conception of justice.'It discusses economic justice. It casts light on the intricacy of economic justice:'Economic justice is restrictedly used to record human relations in the economic sphere in order to eliminate the exploitation of the vulnerable sections of society. It is also invoked to examine the relations between the employer and the worker, between the trader and the consumer, between the landlord and the tenant, between the moneylender and the borrower, and in short, between the oppressor and the oppressed.'It discusses social justice. It highlights the character of social justice:'Social justice exists when the social life is rearranged and reordered in such a manner that the benefits of social effort are accrued to the masses to ensure the rapid development of the underprivileged classes in society.'

Equality

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Equality is a claim that men should be treated as equal, not that they are in fact equal. The logic in support of this claim is that all men as such are rational beings, endowed with faculty of reason, and created equal by God. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you equality. It clearly explains the types of equality like the legal equality, political equality, economic equality and social equality. It analyzes legal equality. It throws light on the nature of legal equality:'Legal equality implies granting of equal legal status to all in society irrespective of the differences in birth, sex, physique, mentality, et cetera.'It appraises political equality. It sheds light on the nuances of political equality:'In the penumbra of equality, it means, in the political sphere, that my will, as a factor in the counting of heads, is equal to the will of any other. It means that I can move forward to any office in the State for which men are prepared to choose me.'It evaluates economic equality. It casts light on the character of economic equality:'Economic equality means the provision of equal opportunity for all in all spheres of economic life.'It discusses social equality. It highlights the intricacy of social equality:'Without that (social equality), political equality is an illusion; a wealthy elite would continue to exercise effective political power; judges and legislators would still be drawn from its ranks, and predisposed to favour it; and legal costs would put justice beyond the poor man's reach. Without social equality, equality before the law would remain an empty form.'

Prepositions

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Preposition is a word or a group of words that shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun to another part of a sentence. Preposition shows the relationship between two nouns or pronouns, or between a noun and other words. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you prepositions. Preposition is of two main types. They are simple preposition and complex preposition. Simple preposition consists of one word like in, from, out, for, or after. Complex preposition is made up of more than one word. It clearly explains the complex preposition. Complex preposition is of two types. The first type is preposition plus preposition. And the second type is preposition plus noun plus preposition. It analyzes certain prepositions used after certain words in a sentence. It vividly discusses how to position prepositions after certain words. Any attempt to use another preposition rather than the fixed preposition is likely to make your sentence wrong. It appraises the prepositions that are often misused. They include at, for, in, since, by, from and on. It throws light on how to use those prepositions correctly. It points out the common mistakes in the use of prepositions. It throws light on the correct use of prepositions. And it contains many crucial questions designed to enable you master how to use prepositions correctly.

Insurance

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Insurance is a pool of risks against the occurrence of certain misfortune. Insurance is the payment of a sum of money by one person to another on the understanding that in a specified circumstance the second person will compensate for any loss suffered by the first. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you insurance. It clearly explains the principles upon which insurance is based. They include the pooling of risks, insurable interest, utmost good faith, indemnity, subrogation, contribution and proximate cause. It analyzes the different types of insurance. They include the life assurance, accident insurance, motor vehicle insurance, fire insurance, fidelity guarantee scheme, and marine insurance. It appraises the types of life assurance. They include the whole life assurance, endowment assurance, and group life assurance. It evaluates the types of accident insurance. They include employees' liability insurance, personal accident insurance, and motor vehicle insurance. It examines the fire insurance, fidelity guarantee insurance and burglary insurance. It identifies the types of marine insurance. They include hull insurance, cargo insurance, freight insurance and export credit guarantee insurance. It highlights the insurable risks like fire, theft, accident, death, loss of goods in transit, damage to goods in carriage, and defaults in conducting certain aspects of export trade. It identifies the un-insurable risks like gambling, speculation, loss of profit through changes in fashion, loss of profit through mismanagement, loss of profit though competition, and destruction by thunder and lighting. It examines underwriting and reinsurance. It throws light on the importance of underwriting and reinsurance in modern business. And it explores the useful functions performed by the insurance companies. It points out the problems of insurance companies.

International Relations

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This book introduces you to International Relations. It clearly explains the good and bad sides of inter-State relations. It analyzes the types of international system like the unipolar, bipolar, tri-polar, multi-polar and international democratization. It appraises the distinctive factors that affect international relations. They are military, demographic, geographical, psychological, diplomatic and political capabilities. It discuses foreign policy and identifies its guiding principles. It highlights globalization and explains why some States accept or reject globalization. It lays emphasis on the international organizations like the United Nations, the Commonwealth of Nations, the African union, the Economic Community of West African States and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. And it explores their respective aims, organs, functions, achievements and problems in the contemporary world.

Market Structure

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Market is any arrangement whereby buyers and sellers are in close contact with one another for the purpose of buying and selling commodities. A market can be conducted through the telephone, postal system, Internet or at a particular geographical location. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you market structure. It clearly explains the types of market structure. They include the perfect and imperfect markets. It analyzes the features of perfect market. It describes the price and output determination under a perfect market. It appraises the features of imperfect market. It describes the price and output determination under an imperfect market. It lays emphasis on monopoly. It explains the features and causes of monopoly. It describes the price and output determination under a monopoly. It throws light on the good and bad sides of monopoly. And it identifies the monopolistic competition. It describes the price and output determination under a monopolistic competition.

Verbs

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Verb is a word indicating an action, an event or a state of being. Verb moves the meaning of a sentence along by showing action like kill and run; occurrence like become and happen; or a state of being like is, seem and appear. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you verbs. It clearly explains the different types of verb. They include the lexical verb, auxiliary verb, regular verb, irregular verb, finite verb, non-finite verb, transitive verb, intransitive verb, stative verb, dynamic verb, and linking verb. It analyzes the lexical verb. The lexical verb is a verb that can stand on its own and function meaningfully in a sentence. The lexical verb is the main verb. It appraises the auxiliary verb. Auxiliary verb is of two major types. They are primary auxiliary verb and modal auxiliary verb. Primary auxiliary verbs are do, have, and (to) be. Modal auxiliary verbs are can/could, shall/should, will/would, may/might, must, ought to, used to, need not, and dare not. It evaluates the regular verb and irregular verb. A verb is regular when its past tense and past participle are formed by adding -ed or -d to the base form. A verb is irregular when it does not follow the -ed or -d pattern. It examines the finite verb and non-finite verb. When a verb has been changed into the tense, person and number required and it also has a subject, it is known as a finite verb. If a verb has not been changed and still retains its original form, it is called a base form of verb, non-finite verb or dictionary form of verb. It identifies the transitive verb and intransitive verb. A transitive verb is a verb that is used with a direct object. An intransitive verb is a verb that may or may not be used with an object. It discusses the stative verb and dynamic verb. A stative verb does not indicate an action that is continuing through time. A dynamic verb is a verb of action. It can indicate an action that is continuing through time. It highlights the linking verb. A linking verb is a

United Nations

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United Nations is an international organization that prevents wars and promotes close co-operation among the States in the world. United Nations possesses the knowledge that can prevent small wars from escalating to a world war. It is an umbrella under which virtually all the States gather to forge Community effort and One World. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you United Nations. It clearly explains the aims and objectives of United Nations. It analyzes the General Assembly. It throws light on the functions of General Assembly. It appraises the Security Council. It sheds light on the functions of Security Council. It evaluates the Secretariat. It casts light on the functions of Secretariat. It discusses the Economic and Social Council. It highlights the functions of Economic and Social Council. They include to direct and to supervise the activities of the United Nations' specialized agencies. It examines the International Court of Justice. It throws light on the onerous functions of International Court of Justice. It explores the achievements of United Nations. It lays emphasis on the admirable peace-keeping operations undertaken by the United Nations. It discusses the problems of United Nations. It sheds light on the abuse of veto power, nuclear proliferation and terrorism in the world. And it remains to be seen if the United Nations possesses the verve and vigour that can conquer illiteracy, poverty, corruption, unemployment, brain drain, nuclear proliferation, acquired immune deficiency syndrome and terrorism in the world.

Political Analysis

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Political analysis is the process of breaking down a complex political phenomenon in order to study its parts and their relations. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you how to analyze politics. It clearly explains the traditional approach to political analysis like the philosophical, historical, legal and institutional approaches. It analyzes the behavioural approach to political analysis. It identifies the distinctive models of political analysis. The systems model has been found useful for analyzing the national and international political systems. The structural-functional model has been extremely useful for analyzing comparative government and politics. The communication model brings to one's notice that government is a decision-making system based on information flows. The elite model enables one to understand the basic pattern of power and wealth. The group model underpins power, interests and conflicts in any systematic study of Politics. The power model enables one to know that an analysis of power is intrinsically fundamental to all political analysis. The class model addresses the revolutionary and transforming dimensions of social change. The centre-periphery model points out the likely reasons why the developing States remain undeveloped in spite of the spirited efforts they have made. And the game model pinpoints the rational decision-making strategies in conflict situations.

Wholesale Trade

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Wholesale trade is a trade that involves buying in bulk and selling in small quantity to retailers. A wholesaler runs a wholesale trade. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you wholesale trade. It clearly explains the onerous functions that the wholesaler performs to the producer. It throws light on the distinctive functions that the wholesaler performs to the retailer. It analyzes the sterling reasons for the survival of wholesaler, a middleman. It sheds light on the reasons for eliminating the wholesalers and selling directly to the consumers. And it explores the channel of distribution. It identifies the factors to be considered in adopting a particular channel of distribution.

Nouns

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Noun is a name of a person, place, animal or thing. Noun names persons like Peter, child and man. It names places like London, river and library. It names things like bed, truck and mat. And it names concepts like happiness, truth and beauty. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you nouns. It clearly explains the different types of noun. They are proper noun, common noun, abstract noun, collective noun, countable noun and uncountable noun. It analyzes the singular nouns and plural nouns. It throws light on the methods of forming the plural nouns from the singular nouns. It identifies the gerunds, verbal nouns. It sheds light on how to use gerunds correctly. It highlights the common mistakes in the use of nouns. It casts light on how to use nouns correctly. And it contains many crucial questions designed to enable you master how to use nouns correctly.

Concord

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Concord is an agreement that exists on the correct use of subjects, verbs, genders, tenses, voice and mood in speaking and writing English. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you concord. It clearly explains the subject-verb agreement as the first rule of concord. The subject-verb agreement states that a verb must agree in number with the subject of its sentence. It throws light on the distinctive exceptions to the subject-verb agreement. It analyzes the pronoun-antecedent agreement as the second rule of concord. The pronoun-antecedent agreement states that a pronoun must agree in number, gender and case with its antecedent. It identifies the shift in construction as the third rule of concord. The shift in construction implies that sentences must be the same in person, in number, in tense, in voice, in mood, and between direct speech and indirect speech. This being so, you should not shift unnecessarily between first person (I, we), second person (you), and third person (he, she, it, they), or between singular and plural. You should not shift unnecessarily between present, present perfect, past, past perfect and future tenses, especially if the verbs in question refer to actions occurring at the same time or expressing a single idea. You should not shift unnecessarily between the active voice and the passive voice. Sometimes, it makes sense to shift in voice, but it often confuses the readers. You should not shift from one mood to another without a good reason. A mood is a form of verb that indicates the writer's or speaker's attitude towards the idea expressed by the verb. You should not shift between a direct speech and an indirect speech. A direct speech is when the exact words of someone are quoted. An indirect speech is when the exact words of someone are reported without repeating the exact words. And this book contains many crucial questions designed to enable you master how to apply the rules of concord to your sentences.

Comprehension

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A comprehension passage is a real or unreal story designed to test your ability to understand what is explicitly stated; your ability to make deductions from what is explicitly stated; your ability to discover the purpose and the stand of a writer; and your ability to identify different points, bring them together and present them as an answer. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you how to understand a comprehension passage. It clearly explains that an efficient reading is fundamental to tackling a comprehension passage. This being so, one of the greatest assets you should posses is the ability to read fast enough. Be a fast reader! It analyzes the several hints that will enable you to increase your reading speed. It throws light on the basic steps to take if you want to increase you reading speed. It analyzes the distinctive techniques of comprehending a passage. It sheds light on the steps you will take in order to tackle a comprehension passage. It contains several model comprehension passages that will enable you to master how to answer questions on comprehension passages. It even gives the answers to the questions that follow the passages. And it also contains several comprehension passages that are carefully selected in order to test your ability to answer questions that follow a comprehension passage.

Comparative Economics

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The four economies that make up the Asian Tigers are Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan. They have been the fastest growing economies in the world from the 1960s to the 2000s. These economies are notable for maintaining an exceptionally high economic growth rate of about 7% annually for the past three decades. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you Comparative Economics. It clearly explains the economy of Hong Kong:'The economy of Hong Kong is a good example of a successful capitalist or free market economy. It has a minimal government intervention in the economy. It started with the manufacturing sector and later shifted to the service sector.'It analyzes the economy of Singapore:'Singapore has an open business environment that is transparent and relatively free from corruption. Its highly skilled labour force, favourable tax regime, and strong government regulatory policies have created conducive business environment for companies and industries.'It appraises the economy of South Korea:'The economy of South Korea is dependent on international trade. The government promotes the importation of technology and raw materials at the expense of consumers' goods. It also encourages savings and investments over consumption. It adopts an export-oriented economic strategy to fuel its economy.'It evaluates the economy of Taiwan:'International trade has been the engine of Taiwan's rapid growth during the past 40 years. Taiwan's economy remains export-oriented. Exports, led by electronics, machinery and petrochemicals, have contributed immensely to its economic development.'It discusses the economy of Japan:'Manufacturing is one of Japan's strengths, but the country has a few natural resources. Its economy is highly dependent on imported raw materials and fuels. One common pattern is for Japanese companies to import raw materials and then process them into finished products which are sold domestically or exported. With little resources, Japan has been

Financial Institutions

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Financial institution is any organization that deals in money and other monetary instruments. There are the traditional financial institutions and the modern financial institutions. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you financial institutions. It clearly explains the central bank. It throws light on the functions of central bank. It analyzes how the central bank controls the commercial banks. The central bank does this through the open market operation, bank rate, cash-deposit ratio, liquidity ratio, special deposit and moral suasion. It clearly explains the commercial bank. It sheds light on the functions of commercial bank. It discusses how the commercial banks create money in an economy. It analyzes the types of bank account. They include the current account, fixed deposit account and savings account. It appraises the merchant bank and development bank. It points out the functions of the two types of bank. It evaluates the mortgage bank and savings bank. It points out the functions of the two types of bank. It examines the insurance company and stock exchange. It highlights the functions of insurance company and stock exchange. And it discusses the money and capital markets. It examines the credit and debit sides of money and capital markets.

Public Finance

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Public finance is the study of taxation, subsidy, national debt, revenue allocation, and their effects on the economy. Public finance is a branch of Economics that deals with how a government gets its revenue, how it spends it, and their effects on the economy. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you public finance. It clearly explains the objectives of public finance. It analyzes the sources of government revenue. They include the direct taxes, indirect taxes, royalties, rents, fees, fines, licence, loans and aids. It appraises taxation. It points out the reasons why the government imposes taxes. It evaluates the direct tax. It highlights the types of direct tax. It throws light on the credit and debit sides of direct tax. It examines the indirect tax. It highlights the types of indirect tax. It throws light on the credit and debit sides of direct tax. It highlights the attributes of a god tax. They include equity, convenience, certainty, economy, neutrality and flexibility. It discusses the effects of taxation on the producers and consumers. It points out the incidence of taxation. It explains the systems of taxation. They include the proportional tax, progressive tax and regressive tax. It identifies the government budget. It explains the types of budget like the balanced budget, surplus budget and deficit budget. It examines the structure of public expenditure like the recurrent expenditure and capital expenditure. It points out the effects of public expenditure. And it clearly explains the revenue allocation in a federal system. It throws light on the principles of revenue allocation like the population, balanced development, equality, derivation, need and federal presence.

Adjectives

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Adjective modifies a noun or pronoun and gives more details about it. Adjective is a word that enlarges the meaning but narrows the application of a noun or pronoun. Adjective is used to add more meaning or information to the original meaning of whatever noun or pronoun it modifies. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you adjectives. Adjective is of different types. They are attributive, predicative, post-modifying and substantive adjectives. It clearly explains the attributive adjective. Attributive adjective is the one that is used only before a noun. Such adjective is said to pre-modify a noun in a sentence. It analyzes the predicative adjective. Predicative adjective is the one that is used only after a verb. Predicative adjective completes the meaning of a verb and appears alone or without a noun following it. It appraises the post-modifying adjective. Post-modifying adjective is the one that is used after a noun. Post-modifying adjective occurs immediately after a noun it modifies. It can exist as a single word, phrase or clause. It evaluates substantive adjective. Substantive adjective is the one that is used as the head of a noun phrase. As the head of a noun phrase, substantive adjective performs the function of a noun in a sentence. It examines the three degrees of comparing adjectives. They are positive degree, comparative degree and superlative degree. These degrees of comparison can be obtained in various ways. It identifies the order that adjectives are expected to follow in order to give a clear qualification of a noun. Adjectives are not positioned in a disorderly way. Group one comes first followed by groups two, three, four, five, six, seven and eight. It points out the common mistakes in the use of adjectives. It throws light on the correct use of adjectives. And it contains many crucial questions designed to enable you master how to use adjectives correctly.

Propaganda

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Propaganda is a piece of information, especially biased or misleading, used to promote a political cause or point of view. Propaganda is the dissemination of information, facts, arguments, rumours, half-truths or lies to influence the views of persons or groups. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you propaganda. It clearly explains the techniques of propaganda. They include name calling, glittering generality, loyalty transfer, plain folks, card stacking and bandwagon. It analyzes the principles of propaganda. They include suggestibility, selection, downright lying, repetition, assertion, and pin-pointing the enemy. It contains concrete instances of how propaganda was employed in the United States, Germany and Nigeria. Finally, it outlines the nuances of propaganda:'The most important propaganda technique will yield no success unless one fundamental principle is constantly remembered and applied with the closest attention. It must confine itself to a few points and everlastingly repeat them. Here, as with so many other things in the world, persistence is the first and most important condition for success.'

Business Management

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First, management is a process of planning, organizing, directing, staffing and controlling a business. Secondly, management is a body of people that plans, organizes, directs and controls the affairs of a business. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you business management. It clearly explains the sterling functions of management. They include planning, organizing, directing, and controlling of a business. It analyzes the distinctive aims and objectives of a business. They include profit making, consumers' satisfaction, suppliers' satisfaction, employment creation and high quality products. It appraises the sterling resources of a business. They include the management, employees, producers' goods and opportunities. It identifies the organizational structure of a business. It points out the types of organizational structure like the line structure, functional structure, line and staff structure and committees. It explores the departmentalization and job specification in a business unit. It throws light on the functions of the board of directors, managing director, production manager, marketing manager, chief accountant, personnel manager and purchasing manager. It examines the delegation of authority in a business unit. It sheds light on the good and bad sides of delegation of authority. It discusses the span of control in a business unit. It outlines the distinctive factors that determine the span of control. It analyzes the business functions. It casts light on the distinctive functions of a business. They include production, marketing, finance, and recruiting, selecting and posting of workers. It identifies the business environments. They include the legal, political, economic, socio-cultural, and technological aspects of business environment. And it lays emphasis on the social responsibilities of a business. It explores the various ways of discharging the social responsibilities of a business.
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