Continuing the family saga begun in East of Cleveland, this book explores the psychological impact of the Great Depression upon the principal characters, then goes on to relate their personal triumphs during the Second World War.

A pastor distinguishes himself on the front lines of combat.

A businessman leads industrial reconstruction as the Allies occupy Italy.

A wife and mother guides a movement toward post-war world government.

Each exhibits a particular creativity, illustrating what the author calls moral imagination.


Richard Cartwright Austin
Published by Creekside Press
ISBN 0-9625831-6-2
Softbound, 150 pages
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