The Presidential Papers

by William G. Salomone



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/25/2000

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 344
ISBN : 9781588201539

About the Book

When Jim Shepard accepted a covert CIA post as the U.S. Ambassador of Vietnam, he had no idea how vital a role he would play in shaping the future of the United States and the world. Under his leadership, the final chapter of the Vietnam War is closed. Shepard then uncovers a Russian, Chinese, and North Vietnamese conspiracy plan to destroy the fabric of American culture.

With the U.S. President’s faith behind him, Shepard embarks on the trail to become a new kind of leader for a new kind of America. Shepard’s journey captivates, enthralls, and illuminates the road to the White House as he empowers a nation to reach its destiny and provides a new dawn for the American Dream.

About the Author

Combining a diversified background in conflict resolution, politics, law, engineering, finance, and management over three decades, WILLIAM G. SALOMONE, Ph.D.,J.D., international lecturer and conflict resolution consultant, has integratedin his writings his distinguished academic training, experience in the political process, international experience in problem-solving, and extensive experience inresolving conflict in people’s lives. Besides numerous professional articles and selected reports that have spanned three decades, Dr. Salomone has published three previous books: Salomone on Meditation: A Practice &Procedure Handbook, Earth and Its People: How Can We Prosper?, and Madam President.

Dr. Salomone has traveled to Europe, South America, the Caribbean, Canada, and throughout the United States where he has learned about people and how conflict affects people’s lives. His writings and lectures inspire audiences to look beyond themselves and empower themselves to create a vision of their own destiny. Dr. Salomone’s ability to become ONE with his audiences enables the audience to notbe afraid to reach for their destiny. He empowers his audience to not be afraid of the challenge to understand who we are and where we are going.