THE GOOD FIGHT by Raymond L. Goldman

THE GOOD FIGHT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An inspirational book, in which the author uses the autobiographical method to point the moral of the importance of the consequences of events, rather than of events themselves, in the achievement of happiness. With everything both in his personal problems and the sorrows that come to him to make for unhappiness, he has achieved happiness, which he claims is a mental trait and not dependent on good fortune. A book for those who are struggling with handicaps, or who are deeply wounded through grief, and needing help.

Pub Date: Sept. 20th, 1935
Publisher: Coward, McCann