The Untold Stories of Excellence: From a Life of Despair and Uncertainty to One that Offers Hope and a New Beginning

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Xlibris US, Jul 14, 2011 - History - 508 pages
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I am not a historian. I am simply an American citizen who grew up in Brooklyn, New York after my birth in the state of Virginia. My family, African-Americans from the south, decided to leave a life of farming and despair to move to New York to start anew, with nine children; three girls, six boys, and mother and father, who firmly believed that they could make a better life for all their family members. As the exception to the rule, I finished high school along with my brothers and sisters, and went on to college where I earned degrees in business and in law. This enabled me to become an officer and manager in the banking industry, where I served over twenty eight years. In addition I served a number of years as a businessman, served in state government, and served in the regular Army of the U.S. I have written other books on business and banking that were published by and for the banking community as training and management material. I am currently working on a series of business books which will be introduced to members of the business community as a source of training for new small business owners and entrepreneurs.

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Just plagiarized from Wikipedia. Shame on you!

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The section on James P. Ball, Photographer, contains incorrect dates. This book needs better editing for factual accuracy.

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