Hearing Aids & Political Distortion

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TATE PUB, Dec 1, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 45 pages
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Ever wonder why many hearing aids are bought but not used? Does the hearing aid industry rely too heavily on salesmanship and not enough on the technology itself? Hearing Aids & Political Distortion by author Floyd Rinehart provides an up-close look at the hearing aid industry, and uncovers some unsettling facts. Rinehart describes through troubling events and encounters during his six years of experiences in university research followed by twenty-eight years in the hearing aid business. Hearing Aids & Political Distortion is a poignant, true life story illustrating that corruption knows no bounds.

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This "book" of 45 pages (4x6 size, no less) is nothing more than political rhetoric aimed at - of all things - the Fabian Society. Written by a man in his 80's, I would have had longer lasting pleasure from an $8.00 cup of coffee. Total and complete waste! Read full review

About the author (2006)

Floyd Rinehart was born on May 28, 1919 on his parents' farm near Victor, Iowa. In 1932, he survived tetanus and two years later pneumonia and emphysema, after which the doctor recommended lung exercises. So he resumed his track and basketball high school sports activities and won ribbons in the 440-yard dash. His interest in radio led to his first amateur radio license in 1938. He specialized in technical radio and radar in the U.S. Navy from 1942-1946, and in 1947 he married Edna, an ex-Navy Wave. This book details his unique transition to the hearing field.

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