The true story of John Chapman, a college president who took a sabbatical and went out and got a job as a general laborer, to try to experience life outside his well-ordered but insulated college environment.
This was a moving story that taught a powerful message.some of the basic argument of heredity or enjoyment is played out. The small town verses a big city is just one of the conflicts. Is every man capable to do any job? It bothered me that he just left people wondering about him when he decided to move on.this happens in real life and I guess it depicts a real situation. I'm not sure why it hasn't been rebroadcast or released in video.I have been search for quite awhile so I could show this to my children.I think it would challenge some preconceived ideas. When I moved I lost the copy that I had.If you could duplicate the copy I would really appreciate it.