Is That All There Is?: An American Story: Part Ii
Is That All There Is? is the interesting and entertaining adventure narrative of an American whose life begins under less than auspicious circumstances in small town Middle America and serves as the "thread of personal experience to chronicle" the real history of contemporary America as he matures through trials, tribulations and successes in relationships and encounters with cultural, geographic,...
Paperback: 424 pages
Publisher: DWF Books, etc. (January 16, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.1 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 7352550
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“A new voice telling the great American saga....”
racial and social issues, discrimination and differences in American life in the military, sex, politics, business, entertainment, and religion, exposing the reality and import of historical events and affairs in contemporary American history through his socioeconomically, culturally, educationally, geographically wide ranging and diverse lifetime during which multiple pictures of life in America and its effects at home and on the world abroad are developed. In Part I the character development of our "thread" and country, and the foundation for much of what happens post the ostensibly best days of America are the focus. In Part II his knowledge and scope are expanded through military experiences and socioeconomic advancement via "upward mobility" afforded through education and business. In subsequent installments he expands his experiences into two dozen countries and four continents as Officer of an international company, continuing to encounter and overcome obstacles of cultural and economic differences, and government agencies in the U.S., Australasia, Europe and Latin America to achieve a life near the top of the “American Dream," finding life can be mostly beautiful as he envisaged.