From the Publisher: Asserts that the 1970s were the last stand of the American working class, a time when the goals of the New Deal finally faded away to make room for Reaganomics and a widen of the gap between classes.
Inventors, hermits and frontiersmen have all roamed the fields and
forests of Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, to leave their marks on what was once dense wilderness. Local journalist Randon W. Bartley introduces his readers to the likes of Judge Heath, ...
Historians have long remarked on Thomas Jefferson''s "peculiarities." But it
took author Norm Ledgin, whose son has Asperger''s Syndrome, to see what others did not. In this intriguing book, Ledgin carefully constructs a convincing case for the likelihood that ...