By Pete Vack
A need for speed took an impoverished kid from Sicily from bicycles to Lamborghinis.
In the annals of American literature are a series of short novels written by Horatio Alger (1832-1898). Alger’s books usually told a tale of a poor and disadvantaged young man who, by his own strong will, intelligence and enterprise, overcomes great obstacles to eventually win riches and respect, and “builds his own American Dream against the odds.” Thus, in America, when someone who starts with nothing and ends up rich and/or famous, their success is still often referred to as a “Horatio Alger story”. [Read more…] about Joe Nastasi: From Sicily to Success Part 1