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Principles of Microeconomics by Libby Rittenberg

Flat World Knowledge is honored to publish a new, first edition re-launch of Tim Tregarthens wonderful principles of microeconomics book, and proud to bring Tims incredible talents as a teacher back to life so future generations of students can continue to learn from him. In 1996, he published the first edition of his principles of microeconomics textbook to great acclaim, and it became widely used in colleges around the country. That same year, MS made him wheelchair-bound. The disease forced his retirement from teaching at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in 1998. He lost the use of his arms in 2001 and has been quadriplegic ever since. Tim never let his disease get him down. In fact, he turned back to his love of writing and teaching for inspiration. He obtained a voice-activated computer, recruited a co-author, Libby Rittenberg of Colorado College, and turned his attention to revising his principles of economics book. Today we are excited to introduce Libby Rittenberg and Timothy Tregarthens Principles of Microeconomics. The authors teach economics as the study of choice by providing students with an accessible, straightforward overview of economics. This text combines the clarity and writing of Tregarthens seminal periodical The Margin with great teaching insights. Rittenberg and Tregarthen help students to understand how real individuals actually work with economics. In this new book, the authors illustrate the practicality and relevance of economics with a variety of new illustrations and insights. The authors take a three-pronged approach to every concept: (1) the concept is covered with a Heads Up to ward off confusion, (2) a You Try It section makes sure students are staying on top of the concept and (3) a Case and Point section that uses a real-world application to harness the concept in reality.
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This Is Why Dogs Never Die

Television brought me Eileen Myles. Heads turned. Eyes narrowed. Hot with shame, I collected our things, baby on my back, ready to duck out of the library and into the night. Myles, who goes by the pronoun they , paused. Lines are drawn to keep just about every non-cis-male out. Lines are drawn to keep children separate, too—because, after all, they are so much a part of women.

Dogs never die. They get tired, and very old, and their bones hurt. They walk. On the contrary, a walk with you is all there is. Their boss, and the cacaphonic symphony of odor that the world is.

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TRY NOT TO CRY - Emotional Moments Owners Say goodbye to their dying dog Compilation

To the person who wrote this, thank you. Dogs never die. They get tired, very old and their bones hurt. They walk. You see, a walk with you is all there is. A walk with their best friend and the symphony of odor that the world is.

So your dog just died… but did it really? Do they ever? Do dogs ever die and rest in peace? The answer is no. They are not trained to; they are not taught in their universe how to die.

4 thoughts on “Principles of Microeconomics by Libby Rittenberg

  1. “Some of you, particularly those who think they have recently lost a dog to “death” , don't really understand this. I've had no desire to explain, but I won't be.

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