by Kenneth A. Raupp 1st
From the frontlines of the Pacific Theater during World War II to the offices of a major American automobile manufacturer, Kenneth A. Raupp 1st has seen enough incompetence, enough greed, and enough cheating to know that Enough Is Enough. On his way, he recounts commitment, and he investigates the nuances that often define modern relationships during wartime and beyond.
Although told with a deeply personal touch, the author places the story against a backdrop of arguably some of the most important events of the twentieth century, making Enough Is Enough a story for our tumultuous times.
About the Author: A native of Michigan, Kenneth A. Raupp 1st is a veteran of World War II and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. After the war, he spent most of his life as an engineer with the Ford Motor Company. Now retired, he is a member of the Moose and enjoys karaoke, golf, dancing, and, of course, ladies.
(2003, paperback, 490 Pages)