Release of the eBook and paperback versions commemorate the 100th anniversary of Robert L. Saloschin's birth and bring enduring, yet fresh, ideas to discussions of public policy.
The book is evidence of how change for the better in America has been rooted in contrarian thinking. It also describes how contrarian thinking can shift policies and leadership in the United States to create a much brighter future for the nation.
Both the evidence and the description are often illustrated by historically significant stories from the life of Bob Saloschin, known as "The Wizard of FOIA" for his leadership in implementing the Freedom of Information Act.
Robert L. Saloschin had an illustrious career in the United States Department of Justice and, after his retirement, served as a community leader in suburban Washington, DC.