Eric D. Wagoner is from Indiana, attended St. Bonaventure University in Olean New York and graduated in 1984 with a degree in Social Science. Over the following years he has lived and worked in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and Seattle, Washington. In 1993 he moved to the Piedmont region of North Carolina where over the next twenty years he worked an “ecliptic number of jobs” from carpenter and day laborer, in textile mill, mail clerk, French bread truck driver and as a graphic designer. This is his Second Book.
This a short book of essays of presented in the form of opinion letters to the editor relating to political issues and public policy. Comprised over the course of over twenty years this collection of public opinion is presented from the point view of the common man for without being asked would never have expounded on the subjects contained within its pages.
For those who like political history and for those who just subscribe, daily, to public opinion polls this is a must read for everyone who has ever wanted launch themselves into the arena of public debate.