Revealing Book Underscores the Advocacy on Being Well-Informed

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“Should We Believe It” by authors Joseph S. Casciato and Robert M. Vass encourages readers to sift truth from falsehood and live life free from mistaken beliefs

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In today’s world of advanced information technology, people received and swamped with tremendous amount of information that will most likely lead them to be nonjudgmental. How much of this information is true, and how much of it is not? Authors Joseph S. Casciato and Robert M. Vass continue to promote good information and help people from all over the world to learn how to decide what to believe and what not to believe with their book, Should We Believe It.

This book helps readers understand the importance of accepting the right information that might change the course of their lives. The goal of Should We Believe It is to help them make that decision. The stories, examples, and quotes in this book are designed to give readers a certain outlook that enables them to spot people who create misinformation. Integrated in this book are interesting stories about individuals who garble communication and stretch, divert, thwart and almost eliminate facts.

Should We Believe It is an eye-opening account on the hazards of accepting things without pause. Each chapter can be read as a stand-alone, a technique satisfying to most readers especially those who like to start and browse a book at random. This book is not suggesting readers evaluate every statement that they come across, but proposes there should be reasonable verifiability of its claims. In the end, this is about information and the people who use it – and abuse it.

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About the Author
Joseph S. Casciato and Robert M. Vass have authored several books, including a systems design workbook in 1992 and an information processing book titled Infomaniacs in 1996.

Joseph S. Casciato is a native Philadelphian. After serving three years in the U. S. Army, he returned to Philadelphia and using his G. I. benefits he attended St. Joseph’s University where he graduated with a B. A. in History. He then entered the data processing profession (today’ Information Technology). After fifty years of working for several major corporations. Joe retired in 2001. Today he and his wife spend time with their children and eight grandchildren.

Robert M. Vass was born and raised in Philadelphia. He served in the U. S. Navy in 1945 and 1946. He attended night school at LaSalle University and St Joseph’s University. He received a B. S. in Accounting from LaSalle and an MBA from St. Josephs in Business Management. He worked for several major corporations in the data processing field retiring in 1993. He was also an Adjunct Professor for 34 years at St Josephs University retiring in 2004. Bob works as a volunteer at the North Penn YMCA. He and Rachael enjoy being with their combined total of five children and six grandchildren.

Should We Believe It * by Joseph S. Casciato and Robert M. Vass
Publication Date: November 17, 2009
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 163 pages; 978-1-4363-8596-1
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