Moral Precepts from
The Way to Happiness
1. Take Care of Yourself.
2. Be Temperate.
3. Don’t Be Promiscuous.
4. Love and Help Children.
5. Honor and Help Your Parents.
6. Set a Good Example.
7. Seek to Live with the Truth.
8. Do Not Murder.
9. Don’t Do Anything Illegal.
Stories from the Golden Age
“…Hubbard’s stunning writing ability and creative imagination set him apart as one of the greatest literary figures of the 20th century.”
Stories from the Golden Age: comprising the mother lode of classic pulp fiction are more than 150 L. Ron Hubbard tales in eighty volumes and from every corner of the Great Pulp Kingdom. Westerns, mysteries, adventure, horror, science fiction, fantasy and even romance on the purple sage—here is both the definitive pulp collection and defining statement on what is aptly described as the “enduring allure of the pulps.”
Here, too, is an entirely new dimension in “literary listening,” with Stories from the Golden Age on audiobook. Born from an interplay of more than seventy performers recording in a single studio, here is an audiobook to exemplify what critics describe as that “special synergy not heard since the heyday of old time radio.” Then again, here is what connoisseurs of the form describe as a complete “theatre of the mind” wherein listeners are awash in atmospheric sounds—from babbling brooks to bone-crunching blows, from whistling bullets to hooting howls. In consequence, and uniquely so, comes an audiobook to all but immerse the listener in a story.
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The New Grammar
By David Rodier, PhD, Associate Professor of Philosophy of Language, American University, Washington, DC
English is now the language of international communication. It is the language used by heads of state. It is the language of international business negotiation. It is the language of the majority of the rapidly growing masses of computerized information.
Unfortunately, most persons educated by the public education systems in the United States are not competent in understanding and using English. As a teacher in one of the better private universities in the United States, I am well aware that many of our students, even though they are among those ranking very high on standardized tests, are unable to read with comprehension. Failing to master the full resources of the English language, students become functionally illiterate.
This inability to fully understand and use language causes problems in schools and businesses, and these problems affect wider areas of society. In this time of widespread illiteracy, L. Ron Hubbard introduces a book that makes grammar understandable and useful to all.
This book takes grammar and makes it easy. It helps individuals to understand the basic building blocks of the English language and how to use those building blocks to better communicate, express their thoughts and understand what they read.
L. Ron Hubbard first gained fame as a writer at a time when even the popular magazines of the day expected their readers to appreciate breadth of vocabulary and variety of style.
Only a professional writer with a writer’s sensitivity to language could have written such an innovative approach to grammar. Only such a writer would see grammar not as full of constricting rules, but full of possibilities for rich expressions of thought and action.
Teaching writers how to write in the 1940s, L. Ron Hubbard has now come full circle with this grammar book and returned to the field of teaching language.