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Meet Thaddeus Sikorski, a herculean third-generation American, courageous, persevering, and surprisingly steadfast father of this tragic odyssey to love and protect his angel children. After losing his first love, 18-year-old Thad enlist, and goes on to become a Vietnam War combatant, a San Francisco progressive street revolutionary, a graduate business student, an Interne ...more
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Published December 14th 2012 by Authorhouse
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So, with this concern in mind I took a look at “Angels in the Silicon,” and found it to be a much more open and honest appraisal of the true nature of Silicon Valley and its opportunities as well as the many problems.David Welch: Stop the Insanity Target 2014

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This creative non-fiction book was for me a great introduction to the effects of global capitalism on the dynamic region that is the San Francisco Bay Area. It is obviously written by someone with deep knowledge o
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This creative non-fiction book was for me a great introduction to the effects of global capitalism on the dynamic region that is the San Francisco Bay Area. It is obviously written by someone with deep knowledge of the business practices which have shaped the area into what it is today. What interests me most, however, is the multicultural aspects in the book, from the main protagonist’s background as an Eastern European, to the chasing of the American dream, afforded and provided by opportunit ...more
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“The Truth about America’s Silicon Valley-
Angels in the Silicon

Riveting and insightful regarding progressivism and the social upheavals living in the Silicon Valley.-

John Yoo, UC Berkeley Constitutional Lawyer, novelist, and public servant”
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