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Joseph Eckhart

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Mentioned-only character
Joseph Eckhart
Biography and appearance
RaceHuman
GenderMale
AffiliationEckhart Unlimited
Chinese Communist Party
RoleDefector
FamilyJulia Eckhart (daughter)
Joseph Eckhart Jr (son)
Thomas Eckhart (son)
Gameplay
Mentioned inFallout 76
 
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Joseph Eckhart was a prominent New York businessman and founder of Eckhart Unlimited, who publicly renounced his US citizenship and took an oath of loyalty to the Chinese Communist Party (according to Chinese state sources), at the time when the Resource Wars were ramping up. Stating that he "can no longer watch as capitalism grinds good men and women to dust," Eckhart decided that proceeds from the recent liquidation of Eckhart Unlimited, once one of New York's fastest growing shipping and manufacturing houses, would be distributed to worker's advocacy programs across the globe. Eckhart's three children - Julia (21), Joseph Junior (18), and Thomas (16) - did not join their father abroad, attempting to carve out a life for themselves in the United States despite the disgrace.[1]

Appearances

Joseph Eckhart is mentioned only in Fallout 76.

References

  1. Whitespring Congressional Bunker terminals: "--- ACCESSING ARCHIVAL ENTRY.
    ////////////////////////////////////////////////
    ECKHART RENOUNCES CITIZENSHIP
    by Rita Haggerty
    Joseph Eckhart, prominent New York businessman and founder of Eckhart Unlimited, has publicly renounced his US citizenship, taking an oath of loyalty to the Chinese Communist Party, according to Chinese state sources.
    Stating that "I can no longer watch as capitalism grinds good men and women to dust," Eckhart went on say that the proceeds from the recent liquidation of Eckhart Unlimited, once one of New York's fastest growing shipping and manufacturing houses, would be distributed to worker's advocacy programs across the globe.
    There has been no word if Eckhart's three children - Julia (21), Joseph Junior (18), and Thomas (16) - will be joining their father abroad or attempting to carve out a life for themselves here in the United States.
    ////////////////////////////////////////////////
    --- END ENTRY."