I T ' S H U M A N N A T U R E
SEVEN STORIES ILLUSTRATING NATURE'S CONTROL OF HUMAN ACTIONS AND REACTIONS
The re-segregation of the town's public high school, because of the flight of the white student population, forged a riff between a politically ambitious father, who was campaigning for a top municipal office, and his veteran son who wanted to get his high school diploma.
"HOME FOR CHRISTMAS"
A family's Christmas was nearly ruined when the parents took their two children on a tropical vacation for the holidays.
"UP AGAINST IT"
When an Assistant Bank Manager lost his job, wife, home and money, he became a criminal in his quest to get back to his hometown to start over.
"OH, DANNY BOY"
A young man's driving ambition to become a successful rhythm'n'blues entertainer caused him to hurt the ones who cared most for his success and well-being.
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON AND JULIUS ROSENWALD, AND THEIR "INVESTMENT IN PEOPLE ."
"PEACE ON EARTH" (A Play)
Astronauts are shuttled into space, to repair a spaceship, when one has a nightmarish dream about the outbreak of global conflict and destruction their mission could cause.
A small clique of senior ladies in an Assisted Living Residence organize a club to bolster the sex drive of their significant other and themselves.