A Time for Heroes
Business Leaders, Politicians, and Other Notables Explore the Nature of Heroism
By Robert L. Dilenschneider ’69 (Phoenix Books)
What does it means to be a hero? Who should our heroes be? And why are CEOs, with their power and money, so seldom heroic? In a series of conversations with various influential people, the author examines those issues.
The book also provides brief biographies of the eclectic and wide-ranging personal champions named by Senator Orrin Hatch, Father Edward Malloy, CSC, Rabbi Arthur Schneier, Marilyn Carlson Nelson and others.