Big league baseball would seem to have been a hard sell in 1942. World War II was not going well for the United States in the Pacific and not much better in Europe. Moreover, the country was in drastically short supply of ships, planes, submarines, torpedoes, and other war materials, and Uncle Sam needed men, millions of them, including those from 21 through 35 years of age who had been ordered to register for the draft, the age range of most big league baseball players.
Stranded in a hellish alien desert, stripped of their strategic systems, quick reaction force and supporting arms, and carrying only a day's water ration, Marine Staff Sergeant Charlie Bass and his seven-man team faced a grim future 75 light-years from home.
Jane Robinson presents the inspiring story of the first young women who overcame all the odds to get their education and attend university. Using the words of the women themselves, this book charts the fight for and expansion of higher education for women.
How well do you fight? How do you respond when there is more fight in your marriage relationship than there is love? Many couples find themselves living through a life of constant conflict and feel they have no way out. What if you discovered that love at first sight is closely related to love at first fight? What if you found that the fun in fighting could lead your married relationship into deeper intimacy, connection, and purpose? In this audio, you will learn how to immediately turn your conflict into opportunities, your disagreements into settlements and your fights into solutions.