Elizabeth Glaser founded the Pediatric AIDS Foundation and become a fierce social activist, and one of the most famous women in America. I became a trusted advisor, handling the communications for the family and the Foundation. Here are excerpts from Elizabeth’s book, In the Absence of Angels: A Hollywood Family’s Courageous Story, published in 1991, which recounts some of our history working together.
The Day After campaign took place over 30 years ago, but it is worth describing in some detail. It was a remarkable, even historic communications effort, demonstrating how Josh tackles challenges and thinks big.
Zen at War, a courageous and exhaustively researched book by Brian Victoria, a western Soto Zen priest and instructor at the University of Auckland, reveals the inside story of the Japanese Zen establishment's dedicated support of the imperial war machine from the late 1800's through World War II.