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Title: Integrity - Mark Parker's New Book Addresses Timely Concerns in Our Cultural, Military and Political Arenas


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Integrity - Mark Parker's New Book Addresses
Timely Concerns in Our Cultural, Military and
Political Arenas
(1888 PressRelease) Author Mark Parker's book,
titled Integrity, challenges individuals to think
carefully about the value of ethical behavior in
our cultural, military and political
arenas. TUCSON, Ariz.- Is integrity an outdated
concept or one that is becoming valued more as
contemporary challenges emerge? According to
author Mark Parker, integrity is a timeless
concept embraced by our Founding Fathers and one
that should be embraced today. Parker is so
convinced that integrity is worth talking about
that his newly released book of the same title
takes a hard look at a range of historical
figures, such as John Adams, Benjamin Franklin
and Thomas Jefferson and exposes not only their
strengths, but their flaws. He then contrasts
their behavior with current day United States
Presidents, legislators, athletes, religious
leaders, business leaders, educators and other
cultural influencers who might, or might not,
measure up to the high standard of ethics held by
the Founding Fathers. In this book, Parker
exposes How a lack of integrity among leaders
not only affects them individually, but also
leaves the people they lead in a state of being
morally rudderless, unable to decipher what is
true, right and honest in the same way that our
Founding Fathers did.
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How cultural leaders, whether they are business
people or athletes, deal with lapses of integrity
and the effect that it has on the next
generation. How a lack of honesty is prevalent
in today's government, religious institutions,
college and professional athletic programs and
even in the curriculum provided at our top
colleges and universities. "This book was an
opportunity for me to get my ideas out about how
a lack of truth is hampering the advancement of
our culture, politics and military," said Parker.
"I want to help people understand that ethics and
personal responsibility matter. They always
matter." Parker's book is available on Amazon as
both an e-book and a paperback and is appealing
to a wide variety of audiences. His website is
www.parkermarks.com and features information
about the book as well as a blog. ABOUT THE
AUTHOR - Mark Parker was born in Salt Lake City
Utah in 1951 and soon after moved to Southern
California. He called Santa Barbara California
his home until he got married to Lizetta Ann De
St Jean in 1972, and entered the United States
Air Force in 1974. Parker had a stellar career
in the United States Air Force garnering numerous
coveted military awards and decorations. He
served over twenty-two years in the logistics
field working with petroleum oils and lubricants
and retired in 1996. He is the father of three
children, four grandchildren and one great
grandson. Parker is an honors graduate of Park
University and also graduated from Chapman
University with a Master of Arts in Education
with honors.
Mark is retired and now lives in Tucson, Arizona
with his wife Lizetta of 41 years. http//www.sai
ntsomewheremarketing.com/
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