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If you order from a bookstore, the U.S.   publisher is The Writers' Collective.   Give the store this number: 
ISBN 978-1-59411-015-3

Price: $16.95

Pages: 294, includes full index and learning guides for parents and teachers

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Turning It Around: Causes and Cures for Today's Epidemic Social Problems is available by ordering from your local bookstore or by ordering from the major online bookstores.

An ebook version that may be read on any computer or hand-held device [.EXE or PDF] is available for US $10. Click Contact button to get it now.


Typical social (community    and personal) problems    addressed by TIA:
violence, drug abuse, alcoholism, other addictions, road rage, office rage, bullying, homelessness, teenage rebellion, thrill-seeking and depression, major crime, even illiteracy, high divorce rates and personal problems that lead to neuroses, bankruptcy or emotional breakdowns.


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 TIA Events Calendar

Early Spring

All efforts for now and the next while are being put into spreading the word about the TIA plan to people around the world on a person to person basis.

As of this time people in 200 countries and territories have been informed about our plan.

This is a big start, but when only a relatively small number of people in any part of the world know about TIA, group efforts can begin only when more people know about the TIA plan. 

It's a big world out there and there are lots of people to tell. Please tell a few people yourself.

We can always use your help to tell more people. You don't have to sell anything. Just tell others about Turning It Around and the TIA plan to make the world a better and safer place.

One unique feature of the TIA plan is that it will work equally well within any religious majority or political system. It's a system that inherently makes friends and allies, not enemies.

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful
       committed citizens can change the world;                      indeed it's the only thing that ever has."
--Margaret Mead (1901-1978),
   American Anthropologist






Turning It Around: Causes and Cures for Today's Epidemic Social Problems

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