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The Public Papers of Governor Brereton C. Jones, 1991-1995 - Public Papers of the Governors of Kentucky (Hardback)
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The Public Papers of Governor Brereton C. Jones, 1991-1995 - Public Papers of the Governors of Kentucky (Hardback)

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Hardback 592 Pages / Published: 09/08/2001
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In his inaugural address, Kentucky Gov. Brereton C. Jones proclaimed, ""This administration is committed to having the most positive, progressive, exciting four years in our state's history."" Few would argue that he failed to achieve that goal. Through speeches and press releases, this volume reflects the principal concerns of Jones' time in office. Thematically organized, it presents the public face of the Jones administration on such issues as health care, education, economic development, the environment, and governmental reform.

Publisher: The University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 9780813121963
Number of pages: 592
Weight: 1098 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 40 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

"A good starting point for those interested in late-twentieth-century Kentucky politics. It deserves a place on every Kentucky bookshelf." -- Filson History Quarterly


"Reflects the principal concerns of Jones's administration through speeches and press releases." -- Documentary Editing


"A useful resource for anyone interested in the main issues during his term as governor.... A valuable reference tool." -- Northern Kentucky Heritage


"Contains the essence of the legacy of Brereton C. Jones. It is indispensable to research libraries and all who would know it, while understanding the art of politics and the power of the spoken word." -- Register of the Kentucky Historical Society


"This book successfully captures the spirit, resilience, and history of Lincoln Institute. Miller tells an important story using race and sports as a lens for understanding a forgotten piece of Kentucky history." -- Dr. Gerald L. Smith, Theodore A. Hallam Professor of History at the University of Kentucky and co-author of The Kentucky African-American Encyclopedia


"Lincoln Ridge to many Kentuckians and to many African American Kentuckians has extra special meaning because it was an extraordinary place and a special educational place for students. Lincoln Ridge not only provided opportunities for individuals to grow academically, mentally and personally, it also offered opportunities for athletic achievements. If you are looking for some exciting reading with a historical basis that touched the lives of many Kentuckians, then Integrated is for you." -- Raymond M. Burse, Former President, Kentucky State University

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