by Hansel McDonald In the last fifty years, tremendous changes, both good and bad, have taken place in American society. In Common Sense, author Hansel McDonald has been able to reflect on some of the guiding principles we have neglected since the 1950s, presenting insights that will give the reader a new perspective and compel him or her to seek a new level of rational thinking. If you are hungering to develop the level of character necessary to enhance success both at work and in your personal relationships, the timeless insights in Common Sense will apply wherever and whenever needed. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Retired from AGL&A, during his sales and management career, Hansel McDonald earned his LUTC I, I, and III designations. For twenty years he taught the Michigan State Code Licensing Book to hundreds of agents in preparation for a state sales license. As a young adult, he attended classes at the Electronics Television School in Detroit, Michigan. Mr. McDonald has had the privilege to teach Bible training classes for the past forty years and continues this highlight by teaching adult Sunday school classes, serving as a deacon in his church, and directing a prison ministry. He and his wife of fifty years, Bonnie, currently reside in Crossville, Tennessee. They have raised four children and are currently enjoying eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. (2004, paperback, 164 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.