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8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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You sometimes make judgements about people based on what someone has told you, or what you read about them in newspapers.

Reading this story proves that most people who redicule others really are a sad lot, because not only do they do the people injustice, but they...

You sometimes make judgements about people based on what someone has told you, or what you read about them in newspapers.

Reading this story proves that most people who redicule others really are a sad lot, because not only do they do the people injustice, but they show their own ignorance.

This story is a prime example of true character.

Someone once said that character is what you are when no one else is looking.

When Ross Perot ran for political office, there were those who insulted his speaking mannerisms, his appearance and many other aspects of his outward appearance.

This story is remarkable in that a man who is head of a company, values his employees to the point that he is willing to risk his own life to save them when they are taken captive and held hostage.

It also shows how little value of life our federal government has, unless they have some vested interest.

Perot was a true hero...a role model that any young man or woman should be proud to emulate.

It should be required reading for all high school students.

posted by Anonymous on October 12, 2002

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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This book is a true story about a rescue. Those who like suspense and adventure will probably find this book interesting.

posted by 12649678 on May 27, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2002

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    You sometimes make judgements about people based on what someone has told you, or what you read about them in newspapers.<p> Reading this story proves that most people who redicule others really are a sad lot, because not only do they do the people injustice, but they show their own ignorance.<p> This story is a prime example of true character. <p>Someone once said that character is what you are when no one else is looking.<p> When Ross Perot ran for political office, there were those who insulted his speaking mannerisms, his appearance and many other aspects of his outward appearance.<p> This story is remarkable in that a man who is head of a company, values his employees to the point that he is willing to risk his own life to save them when they are taken captive and held hostage.<P> It also shows how little value of life our federal government has, unless they have some vested interest.<P> Perot was a true hero...a role model that any young man or woman should be proud to emulate.<p> It should be required reading for all high school students.

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