Roy Beck

Roy Beck has spent over 40 years in the field of technical writing. His first published article was in 1963, and at the time, he focused on theoretical mathematics. He then switched to computer science and, by 1966, had written his first book on the practicalities of using computers for analytical purposes.

In 1969 Roy Beck moved on to writing articles in the field of education. In that area, he has published over 121 works, including several books. After an encounter with Rip Off Press publishers in about 1969, at a time when Beck was looking for new areas to focus his work on, Roy decided to start writing articles on immigration problems in America. While he had written a few pieces before, including one around 1963, most of what he has written since the late 1960s is about immigration-related issues.

His Achievements

Beck is the author of the only series of immigration books for the general public that has been published to date. The series is titled NumbersUSA and are available in paperback, hardback, large print, and ebook formats.

Roy Beck has also produced numerous articles on immigration issues, including writing columns for various online and print publications. He has also given interviews to various radio stations and television and cable news programs on immigration reform in America. He has also given lectures on the subject, as well as debates.

Beck has been invited to testify to several government bodies, such as the United States Congress, the United States Senate, and various state legislatures. He has also appeared before many other public bodies, such as city councils and county boards throughout America, to give presentations on immigration reform ideas.

Roy Beck organized a demonstration in Washington, D.C., in 1989 to show the value of a border fence. The demonstration was scheduled to coincide with the annual meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors and was attended by over 1,000 people from all 50 states.

Beck’s involvement in immigration issues has led to his being offered employment by and subsequent employment with several companies that have been involved in the immigration area, including being employed as a computer programmer for an international software company in 1980 and then a software consultant for another international software company in 1993-94.

Even though Beck’s work has been so influential, he does not receive any credit for his work, nor is he paid for it. His work goes almost entirely unnoticed by the mainstream media, as have most of his achievements, including the demonstration in Washington D.C. in 1989, which was also ignored by the mainstream media except for a few newspaper articles. Go to this page for more information.


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