America’s Unfortunate Sons and Daughters is an exposé of the many relationships of the government and military. Sam Gaylord critiques the interactions of our government and our troops in the military before, during, and after war. This book also describes the unfair treatment that is given to the combat-disabled veterans when they return home.
|Black and White
|6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)
Sam Gaylord has a college degree in business administration. For several years, he worked as a representative for America’s veterans. Currently, he is a self-employed businessman who has dedicated his life to helping disabled veterans.
Sam knows that America’s combat veterans have no voice in Washington. He knows what it is like to face job discrimination due to his service-connected disabilities. As a disabled combat veteran, Sam knows firsthand the difficulties of supporting a family. He wants America to know that disabled combat veterans are receiving compensation under an archaic system, a system that ignores today’s economics. Seriously wounded combat veterans are sent home and forgotten.
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