Immigrants, Hear My Message:You Will Be Glad You Did: Wake up and Smell the Roses

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Xlibris Corporation, Sep 30, 2010 - Reference - 445 pages
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Never! Never! Give up your rights. Nobody has the right to take away yours. Our brave forefathers, fathers, and today's bravest humans died to preserve our freedom, liberty, and democracy. Let's keep these values.
 

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Dr. Dumitru (Dan) Carstea, an executive, manager, non-fiction writer (5 books), author of over 250 scientific papers and technical reports, books and chapters in books, scientist and engineer.  He’s a pioneer, champion, and leading contributor to the natural resources, environment, energy, and strategic planning.  He worked for 46 years in three countries for governments, private industry, and university.  And, his voice was continuously heard in over 30 Task Forces, Work Groups, and Committees. 
He was born and raised in a Communist Romania and spent most of his adult life (48 years) in the United States, where he immigrated in 1961.  He married Eleanor, a U.S. born citizen in a secret wedding on 1956 after he got an approval by the President of the Romanian General Assembly.  He has four children who all contributed to the well-being of the American Society.  One son is a Gulf War Veteran. 
Dr. Carstea received his Ph.D. degrees both with honors from the Oregon State University.  He held a membership in over 15 national and international professional associations.  He is a member of the New York Academy of Sciences, Phi Kappa Phi (scholastic) and Sigma Xi (research) and he is listed in about 30 National and International Reference Books and Directories.  Dr. Carstea was awarded many meritorious awards for his contribution to the better good.
His involvement in church, sports, communities, and travelling in over 50 countries and 50 U.S. states, totaling over 1.5 million miles is remarkable.
His personal philosophy: work hard; believe in yourself, family, God, and country; help the less fortunate, especially those who cannot help or speak for themselves; be the best you can be, and do it to the best of your ability.  He strongly believes in equality and justice.

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