From Innocence to Reality: A Family Memoir

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iUniverse, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 224 pages
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Since the winter of 1971 when my father and my brothers sued Keith, resulting in their paying him $91,839.60 for his stock, I have attempted to discover what would end the lasting conflict between the Harrison family and the Simms family. I have assumed, as do most Americans, that all problems have a solution, that the Harrisons and the Simmses would once again become one happy family. Yet, more than thirty years later, the solution has not been revealed. Therefore, as I am now nearing the last stage of my life, I have decided to adopt a different attitude. I shall settle for an examination of the past in order to determine the causes and to banish from my mind the achievement of a reunion between our families. Soon most of us who have been involved in the conflict will be with God in Heaven, and those left on earth will neither know, nor care. Thus, with the writing of this book, I shall hopefully gain peace, contentment and acceptance for life as it exists, rather than life as it were before the suit.

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