Compromise in Life

A socialist leaning English professor at the university I attended required us to read the “Muckrakers.” Those works changed my life, my view of the world, a world in which one worked hard and achieved. There were no evil men in my childhood, men in my opinion were all good. Then the slaughterhouses of industrial revolution entered my world. From those days forward, my views changed. No, I did not become a socialist, instead I continued my path of the strongest survive. Not until my tenure in the business world did, I begin to sort out the conflict within.

A socialist leaning English professor at the university I attended required us to read the “Muckrakers.” Those works changed my life, my view of the world, a world in which one worked hard and achieved. There were no evil men in my childhood, men in my opinion were all good. Then the slaughterhouses of industrial revolution entered my world. From those days forward, my views changed. No, I did not become a socialist, instead I continued my path of the strongest survive. Not until my tenure in the business world did, I begin to sort out the conflict within.

A socialist leaning English professor at the university I attended required us to read the “Muckrakers.” Those works changed my life, my view of the world, a world in which one worked hard and achieved. There were no evil men in my childhood, men in my opinion were all good. Then the slaughterhouses of industrial revolution entered my world. From those days forward, my views changed. No, I did not become a socialist, instead I continued my path of the strongest survive. Not until my tenure in the business world did, I begin to sort out the conflict within.

Do You Want Compromise?

A socialist leaning English professor at the university I attended required us to read the “Muckrakers.” Those works changed my life, my view of the world, a world in which one worked hard and achieved. There were no evil men in my childhood, men in my opinion were all good. Then the slaughterhouses of industrial revolution entered my world. From those days forward, my views changed. No, I did not become a socialist, instead I continued my path of the strongest survive. Not until my tenure in the business world did, I begin to sort out the conflict within.

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