It Won T Be Easy

Author: Tom Rademacher
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"A tribute to an impossible and impossibly rewarding profession, It Won't Be Easy captures the experience of teaching in all its messy glory.

Blink

Author: Malcolm Gladwell
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The Lancet

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The labours of an accomplished man, who has for many years devoted his time
to the unprofitable task of teaching, are certainly deserving of grateful recognition
on the part of those who have profited by them. ... Either he has invented, and that
is not honest, or, if such a falsity ever *No. his ear, knowing nothing of its
correctness, he readily hazards it for donean, selfish purpose, He further pleads
in palliation: “The author of this little book was besides unknown, consequently
no io iry ...

Harper S Weekly

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Honesty. W.M. ED. Robson, M.D., L.R.C.S.I., M.K.0. C.P.I., late of the Royal Navy,
of England, has got into professional trouble for writing the following open letter
to the editor of the London Family Doctor: “I believe it to be the duty of every .... A.
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William Curtis, The American Opera again in the Field.—What is the News?—The
Value of Censure. — Why Domestic Service is Distasteful to American Women.

American Machinist

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It is an easy matter, for example, to increase the heating surface of the ordinary
tubular boiler by adding tubes beyond the requirements of the case, and this is
often done, notwithstanding the use of such extra tubes does not increase the
steaming capacity, and is a positive disadvantage in ... This would remedy an evil
against which honest boiler makers have to contend, for it would limit the
possible heating surface for which a tubular boiler of given diameter and length
could be sold.