Biography & True Story Books:

The Bottom Of The Barrel

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The Bottom Of The Barrel by Arthur H. Ruedas
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You can see now beyond the immediate turmoil and grasp the big picture. Now you can see the other side of the curtain where the larger reality awaits. This book will inspire your mind and soul. The author has accomplished the monumental task of translating the truth of a green uniform into black and white. I ask you, can letters and words on paper so deeply influence your consciousness that you are literally not the same person? YES! Your whole life can be changed by a few words that a person in authority writes about you. I truly believe from the bottom of my heart that when you read this book, if you are thinking of sending your children into the military, or joining the military, it will vastly, immeasurably change your way of thinking and prepare you for the better. This book will remind you to be conscious when dealing with those in authority. The story is about boys that grow up together with high hopes of trying to make a good life. They find themselves becoming anti-social drug users at a early age. The high energy and high spirits keep them going. Their hope for a better life is diminished as they grow up. At an early age they realize that trying to fit in is useless.They hang around English-speaking kids, thinking that they are going to learn how to speak the language better, but find that ridicule and ostracism are breaking their spirits. The odds are against them, and they know it. The humiliation that they go through is killing them on the inside. They are pushed to the point that they start to push back. They end up losing out on a good education. They find themselves organizing in order to survive. They learn about racism and this fills them with rage. The school principal ridicules them. Their teachers talk to them as though they were retarded. Eventually they all go into the military with hopes of cleaning up and staying straight. They are in for a surprise, finding more drugs, violent, and racial tension than in the c
Release date Australia
June 27th, 2007
Pages
252
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
AuthorHouse
Dimensions
127x203x14
ISBN-13
9781425990060
Product ID
1893706

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