New Frontier Culture: Inside the Mind of John F. Kennedy

New Frontier Culture is a biographical essay on the ideas, policy theories and career of John F. Kennedy. It shows the origins of Kennedy's ideas and examines how he adapted them to the political exigencies he faced during his tenure as president. New Frontier Culture is both an historical analysis and a remembrance. Readers may appreciate it both for the memory it evokes and for its insights. More

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Words: 16,920
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310202155
About Michael N Field

I was born on the South Side of Chicago in 1948. I attended the Chicago Public Schools in the Woodlawn, Hyde Park and South Shore neighborhoods on the South Side. I started college at Southeast College, a branch of Chicago City College now known as Olive-Harvey College. in 1967. I transferred to four-year college in 1968 and in 1974 received my B.A. in history from Roosevelt University in Chicago. I have yet to earn a graduate degree although the idea still is on the table. From the mid-1970s through 1990, I took numerous courses in public colleges in California in natural science and journalism. In the early 2000s, I took upper division and graduate credit courses in literature at Stanislaus State University in Turlock, California.
During my career, I worked for six years as a general assignment and sports reporter for several newspapers in the Central Valley of California. During that time, I also had the opportunity to publish a number of editorial columns for two of the newspapers I worked for. I also have worked in commercial publishing and fund raising.

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