The oldest of four, Moe Dickson was forced to grow up before his time in the 1960s as he watched the war in Viet Nam and the civil rights movement tear through the established, puritanical society of western Pennsylvania. From downtown Pittsburgh to a dairy farm, from a conservative, religious college to the beaches of San Diego, his athletic endeavors, his hobo years, his years of growing a business, this author draws from a unique collection of experiences as well as a handful of interesting relationships.
His passion for history coupled with a frustration in traditional teaching methods forced him into a process of self-education early in adulthood that has since become a driving force in his life. He was among the first in line to adopt the digital age, and with it came the tools needed to research his most favorite subjects. Since then, Moe Dickson has been humbled by the connections he has uncovered.
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