If You Elect Me President
by Harvey B. Robbins & Robert L. Keighton, Ph.D.
If You Elect Me President is an insightful, powerful case study of political betrayal by Michael Dukakis, an aspiring presidential candidate, and an unyielding mission by common citizens to expose his lack of integrity and character.
This case study — pitting citizens seeking to preserve a slice of historic and cultural heritage against those seeking to profit from industrial development of the land while flaunting bogus claims of tax relief and jobs — has universal application in today’s presidential election. The lesson is to judge the character of the candidate as best you can. Ignore the campaign promises and professionally packaged sound bites. Once in office, the candidates may never deliver what they have pledged.
by Harvey B. Robbins with David W. Cowens & Robert L. Keighton, Ph.D.
For ten years the historic open fields of Prowse Farm near Boston, MA became a battlefield, pitting those seeking to preserve a precious slice of America’s heritage against those seeking to profit from the land. Betrayal is a provocative, behind-the-scenes account of unyielding citizens, a powerful corporation and an aspiring presidential candidate put to the test of time and pressure. The results are both inspiring and chilling.
Major League Dad: A Daughter’s Cherished Memories
by Julia Ruth Stevens, Bill Gilbert (Contributor)
Julia Ruth Stevens is the daughter of the immortal Babe Ruth, considered by many to be the greatest player in the history of baseball. The Friends of Prowse Farm were proud to sponsor a ceremony during Farm City Festival 2001, to honor the Boston Red Sox career of George “Babe” Ruth. Julia Ruth Stevens attended the honoring ceremony and personally autographed commemorative copies of her new book on her life with her dad. According to Mrs. Stevens, Major League Dad is not a baseball book. Instead, with the help of Bill Gilbert, Julia Ruth Stevens has recorded her cherished personal memories of her father. She shares never-before-seen glimpses of the Babe’s family life. All of these cherished stories and more are here, as only Babe’s daughter could tell them.