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The Break Room: A Story of Self-Reliance Paperback – April, 1995
"(Hannon) trains his creativity on the problems of race and job creation, two problems that vex our time.
His characters portray the stereotypical antagonists in the drama of urban America, and he leaves us not
in despair, but hope."
---William H. Hudnut, III. Former mayor of Indianapolis.
"If you enjoyed The Fountainhead or Atlas Shrugged then you will definitely want to read Kyle Hannon's The
Break Room. It's an Ayn Rand-meets-Tom Wolfe story of the nineties, in which one man's integrity stands
against all the forces of urban blight and big government. If you think that bid ideas don't matter any
more, this book might just change your mind."
---Maxim Engers, Dept. of Economics, University of Virginia
"I was hooked in from the beginning, turning pages anxiously, and greeted with a satisfying, uncompromising
---Richard W. Field Author, The Election -- Publisher Comments
About the Author
Kyle Hannon's inspiration for The Break Room came from the six years he worked in the Indiana Statehouse. Most of that time, he worked in the field of media/public relations for one of the legislative caucuses. A one-year stint was spent as the scheduler and legislative assistant for the state Superintendent of Public Instruction. Hannon holds a bachelor's degree in political science from Ball State University and graduate degrees in public affairs from Indiana University.
Currently he writes a weekly column for the Elkhart Truth in Northern Indiana.
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