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Moving to Hot-Lanta
Riley, Marcia
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BOOK SUMMARY
A collection of intriguing interviews by Blacks from all walks of life representing every state in the country and 21 different countries.

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BOOK SYNOPSIS
According to the national media, Atlanta is thought by many to be THE Black Mecca in the USA. But is this a statement of fact or political hype? Well finally there's a new book out that explores this local issue that has generated national interest. It answers such questions as: Can you achieve success just by the location of a city? Are there strategies and tips that would ensure a better life style regardless of where you live? Is there some secret approach to gain prosperity, clout and opportunity in a Metro city? In summary, Moving to HOT-lanta allows us to soar on the wings of life through the shared knowledge and experiences of others.

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Reviewers have called this book a "treasure trove of wisdom." "Unlike travel guides or relocation books, Moving to HOT-lanta does not give population figures, transportation modes, housing statistics or places to eat; rather, it focuses the reader on a much broader perspective: how to make your move to any city a reality." "It probably best serves college students as they prepare for real life. Foreigners would benefit from reading these American experiences since the interviews aren't tainted with commercialization." "HOT-lanta is about truth. It is a book that refutes the illusions presented so often by contemporary media and the preconceptions often held by many people about Atlanta." "Though controversial, I like the last section of the book - this makes it a useful tool for life, if the reader uses it."


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ISBN: 0963907530
ISBN(13-digit): 9780963907530
Copyright: 2002
Dewey Decimal: 158
Book Publisher: Prajna Pub
Language: ENG
Binding: Sewn
No. of Pages: 328
Paper Weight (lb): 60#
Illustrations (B&W): 17
Acid Free Paper: Yes
Coated Paper: Yes



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