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“American Values, 1960 to 2000” is a provocative discussion of the alarming breakdown of the American values system as seen in the increase in violence, abuse and the undermining of respect and integrity. Written by Dr. Larry Trapp, this book not only examines the massive moral corruption taking place but also rallies positive change and a solution to turn things around.
In his insightful dissertation, Trapp places influential institutions under the lens as it reviews the trends and historical highlights that occurred between 1960 to 2000. He challenges the views on politics and government, the entertainment industry, the judicial system and, most important of all, the role of parents. The book presents an unnerving but very real picture of how the future might unravel from the seemingly disjointed series of events.
Enlightening and compelling, “American Values, 1960 to 2000” is more than a social commentary, it is an invitation to take a proactive role in imparting positive change in society. In writing, Trapp has succeeded in forming a new battle cry for every true American.
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About the Author
Dr. Larry Trapp received a bachelor’s degree in engineering and a master’s degree in business from the University of California, Los Angeles. As part of a career change, he subsequently received both bachelor and doctorate degrees in dentistry and a master’s degree in pharmacology from the University of California San Francisco Medical Center. He then completed training in anesthesiology at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. Dr. Trapp has practiced and taught dental anesthesiology for twenty-five years. Dr. Trapp is a native Californian and lives in the Los Angeles area. He is married and has five boys that are now college age or older.
American Values, 1960 to 2000 * by Dr. Larry Trapp
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Publication Date: December 17, 2002
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