arence Randall has lent dignity and prestige to the many roles he has played- industrialist, business man, expert in foreign relations, a civic leader, a conservative in politics, but one who has vision and balance. Now he writes of his years of retirement, to him the best of his years, and this in spite of the setback given by a coronary. Public service, government service, special assignments that took him to Africa, to Asia, to Europe, widening horizons and understandings -- these were the rewards the world would recognize. But to him still greater rewards came through what these opportunities offered, through the measure of success achieved, through the joys of travel and the deepened values in his personal life and contacts. A book that should hearten the successful men who dread the years of retirement -- from a man who finds them a challenge.