Creative Insubordiantion by John Telford
Dr. Wayne Dyer, who penned the Introduction to Telford's timelessly philosophical book What Old MEN Know, says of Creative Insubordination: "John's laser-like Strategies and superbly sardonic humor foil arrogant autocrats, and his poems are explosive." Detroit School Board president Lamar Lemmons says, "John Telford's message and some of his methods recall magnificent echoes of the righteous revolutionaries of old. He is a natural force unfettered by convention and defiant of bungling bureaucracies." Says prominent trial lawyer Fred Lauck: "From his wild bravado on Detroit's hard-scrabble streets to his lifelong battles with corporate bureaucrats, John Telford now eloquently gives us his Creatively Insubordinate strategies to confound inflexible oligarchs and oligarchies." You'll want to read this spellbinding book nonstop from cover to cover.