Armand Miele's autobiography and selected musings for the Rockland County Times tell the American struggle from every angle, from growing up in the Depression-era Bronx, to building and re-building successful businesses, to battling terminal cancer and winning, and surviving the crushing loss of a child. Miele revived the weekly Rockland County Times from bankruptcy in his senior years, saving a l More
Armand Miele worked for household grocery money from the age of four; built and re-built his own businesses, despite losing everything during wartime and illness; survived cancer; and has grieved the death of a child. His story spans the time when pushcart vendors still hawked their wares on the streets of the Bronx, through the disillusionment of the Korean War, to modern times of easy credit and over-consumption, where big government is getting our freedom and bringing about a socialist state.
Mr. Miele brings his old-school sensibility to the page in his inspiring memoir, "Born Minus" and in selections from his weekly OP-Ed column from the Rockland County Time, "MIele's Musings.'
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