Diary of a Company Man: Losing A Job, Finding A Life

Diary of a Company Man: Losing A Job, Finding A Life

James S. Kunen


James S. Kunen—author of The Strawberry
Statement,
an account of the 1968 student
uprising at Columbia University—chronicles
his adventures at the street to discovering meaning
in paintings and lifestyles. He lines his evolution from
a rebellious formative years who sees operating as a kind
of demise, to a laid-off company govt who
experiences no longer operating as one of those death,
to a reinvented and reinvigorated individual
who discovers whatever very important and
meaningful to do.
The event of falling sufferer to America’s
recession-ravaged economic climate (and the people
who run it) leads him alongside a occupation direction far
different from whatever he had deliberate. After
years of creating a dwelling, Kunen ultimately learns
how to make a existence. Diary of an organization Man
will be a revelation not just to child boomers
but to teens attempting to determine what
to do with their lives.

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