The Melting Pot, Hot/Cold?

by Freddie L. Richards Sr.


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Hardcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/20/2023

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 286
ISBN : 9781669874003
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 286
ISBN : 9781669874027
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 286
ISBN : 9781669874010

About the Book

There are some parts of life in the United States that are very important for what they are mandated and supposed to do, and this book is written to describe how the life and career of an individual from an agricultural background that goes back to childhood and who was somewhat guided and highly self-motivated to serve within this area interacts with the bureaucracy at all levels of state educational institutions and the richly financially invested programs of the federal government through the US Department of Agriculture. He did not write this as a negative endeavor but as a viewable summary of worthwhile accomplishments that may or may not have been institutionalized by anyone except the author. There are family ancestral lineages that are listed that may include the name of any person in the lifetime of the author that will never be told, and maybe if that person hears of or reads this book, he will be motivated to tell the story of his family and his career, and it too will become a part of told USA history. Additionally, the writer believes this text at personal and professional levels may be of interest to the vast organizations listed above whose staff interact daily with people such as the author but only know their single area of responsibility. There are also incidents in the author’s life that are listed and implied that would have caused major problems if there had not been the support of people who acted as if they owed my ancestors some type of debt. However, the author acted in his career like he worked at the “number 1” institution in the USA and performed projects and sent students on global journeys to increase their family and career success. There were times when the author’s opportunities seemed to be conflicted with general institutional and agency leadership, and most of these times, they were no different from what was being done at other similar locations, but with which way would the recognition start and flow.


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