This work is a thorough narrative about Orville Redenbacher’s career, so it is not a complete biography or genealogical study. Since Redenbacher’s career involved several different matters, such as the agricultural extension service and tourism, the rest of this book is a thorough discussion of these related topics as well. The author draws upon mainly primary sources, such as congressional debates over relevant laws. Vocational education is one of the topics in this book, and vocational education laws are part of the narrative. The reader will learn that Redenbacher cannot be separated from concurrent events. For example, he used radio when he was a county agricultural extension agent in Vigo County, Indiana, and the use of radio was rapidly growing at that time. In this way, Redenbacher’s career is placed in perspective.