Fine, But Hardly Dandy Volume 2 is an expose consisting of true to life stories of discrimination in society against fine, smart, well cultured people. The qualities of these people, and of their assailants, are uniquely explored by the author, exposing a serious cultural problem. This is a continuation of the expose of true to life stories featured in Fine, But Hardly Dandy Volume 1. About the Author: Cleon E. Spencer, in his early adult life, had a wide variety of experiences in commerce, industry and government, in which he was employed for several years. During that time, he and his wife lived in a variety of cities and towns, and traveled in various parts of North America. He later went into the ordained ministry of a mainline demination. Over the years he got to kw people of rural, suburban and urban settings. Having lived in a fair number of places in eastern North America, and having traveled in most other areas of the two countries that make it up, he has had a wide variety of experiences with people.Because of the kind of person the author is, many of his adverse experiences in particular were unique to a person of his makeup, as also it was for his wife, and many of their acquaintances. During his career he has come to kw many other people who are exceptional in some ways and have had similar experiences as his own. It is on these unique experiences in the marketplace of society and in the church that the writings of this book are based. The hope of the author is that the book will promote a type of personal character that will rise above the harmful maladies of culture written of herein. The author and his wife Ada recently celebrated their fifty-sixth year of happy marriage.