This book provides a welcome and enjoyable reminder of the importance thinking in context and especially doing so when researching Freemasonry and history in general. Written with eye-opening and in balanced style, it encourages us with many examples to put things in context and look with clear vision to validate our thinking – and not fall prey to evidence-troubled theories and the thinking it typically causes. Encyclopedic in coverage, the book offers something for Masons as well as non-Mason – straightforward, direct and informative. An important contribution to Masonic literature.
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Dr. Bizzack is a twenty-five year veteran of policing, retiring from the Lexington Division of Police where in 1996. His career experience ranged from uniform duties, to detective, commander of the Bureau of Investigation and Office of the Chief of Police. He has served since 1996 as Commissioner of the Department of Criminal Justice Training, Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet He is author of six books dealing with leadership, management, investigation and other topical issues in the field of law enforcement and criminal justice. He is active with various state and local boards, task forces and non-profit community organizations dealing with issues facing policing, other components of the criminal justice system and community service and continues to speak nationally on the important issues of police standards and leadership in the criminal justice system and on other topics. He is also an active member of Lexington Lodge No. 1 F&AM and the Louisville Scottish Rite.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 458 pages. 9.69x7.44x1.15 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1477533087