Raised in a home where discussions of politics were commonplace, John B. Moullette was fascinated by happenings on the international front. His own involvement was boots-on-the-ground, rather than academic. He served twice in the United States Marine Corps, first during World War II and again during the Korean Conflict. It was during the latter event that a letter he had intended for his father wound up causing a stir on the pages of newspapers and in the White House.His subsequent service in the merchant marine enabled further international travel, even as he raised his family. The completion of his academic studies enabled a career of teaching and later, in commercial ventures. His travels included time in Saudi Arabia, Cambodia, much of Europe and the United Kingdom, and a memorable trip across the Soviet Union on the Trans-Siberian Railway.This slim volume contains his collected speeches, letters, and comments.
|Author||John B., Ed.d. Moullette|
|MPN||black & white illustrations|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Number Of Pages||54|
|Part Number||black & white illustrations|
|Publisher||Createspace Independent Pub|
|Studio||Createspace Independent Pub|