Resawing on a Bandsaw

I'm new to resawing, and I have some questions.
Assuming I am cutting several slices about 10" wide....
Should the piece I cut off be next to the fence, or on the other side of the blade? If it's next to the fence, I can cut several pieces of the same width. But then any rough surface is magnified on the next slice. If it's away from the fence, I have to adjust the fence for each cut, which means the slices may be of inconsistent width. Looking at a picture in Duginske's Bandsaw Bench Guide he does it away from the fence. Which is better?
When I try without a push stick, and I shift my hands when I get near the end of the board, the saw line wanders. Duginske doesn't appear to use a push stick in the photo. So - push stick or not?
I've got a 14" Jet w/riser and Kreg fence, 7" resaw fence, & 3/4" TimberWolf blade.
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I put the "fence" to the right of the blade but it's a clamp-on. Reason I do this is I'm right handed, and the clumsy left is just fine for maintaining pressure against the fence as the right guides through. A push stick with a hook at the rear will handle both pressure on the fence and push forward. Who gives a rats how chewed up it gets?
You get that thin 3/4 TW? Got one, and it saws a treat.
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FWIW, the thin piece to be saved is next to the fence at my house. I joint the next edge that will go against the fence. This means cut, joint, cut----.Anytime you do anything to change the feed rate you will see it in the finished surface. Jim.

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Cut-off piece next to the fence. Joint or plane the sawn face before making the next cut.
John Martin
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