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Kill the Gringo: The Life of Jack Vaughn—American diplomat, Director of the Peace Corps, US ambassador to Colombia and Panama, and conservationist

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Kill the Gringo is the wide-ranging, action-packed memoir of Jack Hood Vaughn, whose career in diplomacy, social advocacy and conservation spanned more than 25 jobs and 11 countries.

A professional boxer during his college years, Jack joined the Marines in 1941, fighting in the battles of Guam and Okinawa during World War II. His rapport with people and facility with language led to a speedy rise in international development in Latin America and Africa where he drew the attention of Vice President Lyndon Johnson during his visit to Senegal in 1961. Three years later, President Johnson appointed Jack ambassador to Panama when violent anti-American riots there led to a severing of diplomatic ties.

As the second director of the Peace Corps, Jack presided over the largest number of volunteers in the organization’s history and the delicate handling of anti-Vietnam fervor among its ranks. After his foreign service career, Jack led the National Urban Coalition and Planned Parenthood during the turbulent late 60’s and early 70’s. A rural development job in Iran ended dramatically with the 1978 revolution, and Jack turned his focus to the environment, advising the Nature Conservancy and founding Conservation International in 1987. Told with Jacks’ humor and humility, his stories reveal an astonishingly varied, lively and distinguished career that lasted 50 years and earned him the nickname Peasant Ambassador.

 

 

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publisher: Rare Bird Books, A Vireo Book (April 18, 2017)
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After his foreign service career, Jack led the National Urban Coalition and Planned Parenthood during the turbulent late 60s and early 70sThe title comes from a match in Juarez that earns Vaughn's commentary: "The bad news was that I was the gringoAre you sure you want to continue?CANCELOK.Browse Books.Mobile Site.Site Directory.Site Language: EnglishEspaolPortugusDeutschFranaisTurkce Ting vitJzyk polskiBahasa indonesiaTold with Jacks' humor and humility, his stories reveal an astonishingly varied, lively and distinguished career that lasted 50 years and earned him the nickname Peasant Ambassador

 

Republican Vaughn earned the ire of Bobby Kennedy and a "Good going, son!" from his boss, Lyndon JohnsonPaperback, 312 pages Published April 11th 2017 by Rare Bird Books, A Vireo Book More DetailsBiography & AutobiographyHistoryPoliticsNonfiction Publication Details Publisher: Rare Bird Books Imprint: Rare Bird Books, A Vireo Book Publication Date: 2017 Format Adobe EPUB eBook 5.3 KB Kill the Gringo Embed Copy and paste the code into your website122 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10011 Kill the Gringo: The Life of Jack VaughnAmerican diplomat, Director of the Peace Corps, US ambassador to Colombia and Panama, and conservationistby Jack Hood Vaughn and Jane ConstantineauHistorySocietyBiography & MemoirPoliticsPolitical Biography & Memoir392 pagesAboutReviewsFrom the Publisher Kill the Gringo is the wide-ranging, action-packed memoir of Jack Hood Vaughn, whose career in diplomacy, social advocacy and conservation spanned more than 25 jobs and 11 countries.A professional boxer during his college years, Jack joined the Marines in 1941, fighting in the battles of Guam and Okinawa during World War IITo her credit, Vaughn's distinctive voice and sense of humor remainUh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of dateCustomer Reviews Average Review: Write a Review Post to your social network Most Helpful Customer Reviews See all customer reviews

 

His rapport with people and facility with language led to a speedy rise in international development in Latin America and Africa where he drew the attention of Vice President Lyndon Johnson during his visit to Senegal in 1961 Kill the Gringo: The Life of Jack Vaughn-American diplomat, Director of the Peace Corps, US ambassador to Columbia and Panama, and conservationist by Jack Hood Vaughn, Jane ConstantineauJack Hood Vaughn All Formats & Editions See All Formats & Editions Recipient of the University of Michigan Outstanding Achievement Award in 1966Recipient of the Distinguished Fiji Award 2016 from Phi Gamma Delta Member of the Order of the QuetzalWinner of the 2002 Ecotrust AwardHonorary Doctor of Laws from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 1998Honorary Doctor of See more details below Kill the Gringo: The Life of Jack Vaughn-American diplomat, Director of the Peace Corps, US ambassador to Columbia and Panama, and conservationist available in Paperback, NOOK Book Paperback $11.85 $11.85 $17.95 Save 34% Format Format Paperback - $11.85 NOOK Book - $10.99 Sign In to Complete Instant Purchase Eligible for FREE SHIPPING Get it by Wednesday, June 21 ,Order now and choose Expedited Delivery during checkout.Same Day delivery in ManhattanFor a better shopping experience, please upgrade nowHis rapport with people and facility with langua Kill the Gringo is the wide-ranging, action-packed memoir of Jack Hood Vaughn, whose career in diplomacy, social advocacy and conservation spanned more than 25 jobs and 11 countries.A professional boxer during his college years, Jack joined the Marines in 1941, fighting in the battles of Guam and Okinawa during World War IIYou must admire a man whose career advice included, "I often say it's a gift to be fired at least once," and "it is always better to be rumored to work for the CIA than to actually be employed there.""Kirkus Reviews"I wanted a man down there who would be firm but fair, who knew he was representing me, and who loved the people at the same time."Lyndon Johnson through Bill Moyers about Jack Vaughn's Panama appointment Show More Meet the Author Jack Hood Vaughn served as director of the Peace Corps, ambassador to Panama and Colombia, and Assistant Secretary of State during the sixties! Javascript is not enabled in your browserJane Vaughn Constantineau is Jack Hood Vaughns daughter

 

.As a general rule we do not censor any content on the siteEph's Bookshelf Williamstown, MA 01267 USA Hopkins Hall 880 Main Street Williamstown, MA 01267 USA (413) 597-3131 Back to top Login The author describes fighting as a Marine in bloody battles in Guam and Okinawa and boxing professionally from the Golden Gloves to Latin AmericaAfter his foreign service career, Jack led the National Urban Coalition and Planned Parenthood during the turbulent late 60's and early 70'sTold with Jacks humor and humility, his stories reveal an astonishingly varied, lively and distinguished career that lasted 50 years and earned him the nickname Peasant AmbassadorMaak jouw account aan, draag iedere dag bij aan jouw community, ontdek nieuwe video'sOnly flag comments that clearly need our attentionAfter his foreign service career, Jack led the National Urban Coalition and Planned Parenthood during the turbulent late 60s and early 70s 3cf411504a

 

"Once a fighter, always a fighter" by Bonnie HenryHe was later a program director for the US Agency for International Development in Panama, Bolivia, Mali, Mauritania, and SenegalThe good news was that I had not yet become familiar with the Spanish verb ‘to kill.' " Later, the author describes meeting a sickly doctor in Panama in the mid-1950s who later became the revolutionary Che GuevaraMy second was a high school kid from El Paso"Peace Corps Plans to Appeal Drafting of Those on Duty" November 19, 2967

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