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  •  Here ya go - maybe others are interested too (1+ / 0-)
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    A Siegel

    Here is what I copied directly from the Rice Univ website:

    Douglas G. Brinkley,   Professor of History and Fellow, James Baker, III Institute for Public Policy

    Email:  Douglas.Brinkley @ rice.edu   Office: 320 Humanities Bldg

    Education:,  Ph.D. Georgetown University, 1989;  B.A. Ohio State University University, 1982

    Areas of Interest:  U.S. foreign policy;  U.S. political history;   Environmental history;  Civil rights

    Selected Publications:  

        *  The Reagan Diaries (2007)
        * The Great Deluge (2006)
        * Gerald R. Ford (2007)
        * Wheels for the World: Henry Ford, His Company,   and a Century of Progress (2003)
        * Rosa Parks (2000)

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    There is also a WikiPedia entry for him too.  Don't see anything mentioned about his book on Katrina - ???  Maybe on Amazon ?

    He seems to have quite a wide ranging mind, especially compared to ole geezer Young.  hehehe

    •  Thanks ... (1+ / 0-)
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      PinHole

      I was going to look it up.

      I just sent him a thank you note with a request for an interview to do a follow-up post.

      Blogging regularly at Get Energy Smart NOW! for a sustainable energy future.

      by A Siegel on Sun Nov 20, 2011 at 06:09:24 AM PST

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      •  Thinking of sending (1+ / 0-)
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        A Siegel

        Harris & Young snail mail notes - telling them they are pompous a$$es.  It'll take a couple of weeks to get through the congressional mail system, but at least it will eventually get through.  They probably have email set up so it will not go through from other states.  

        Since retirement, we've been able to finally take some trips - I can tell him we won't go to Alaska (since there is nothing to see there!) until he is gone.  Certainly don't want to go see a network of oil pipelines!

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