Columns: Marilyn Monroe to Vietnam and Iraq by Robert McMillan PDF

By Robert McMillan

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Over the final two decades, the autor has written a weekly column for the Anton neighborhood Newspapers on new york and each occasionally for Newsday, the recent York instances, and Florida's Charlotte sunlight. combined with a bit of the author's own philosophy, the columns have expressed perspectives on themes starting from an adventure with Marilyn Monroe in Korea to a private interview with Hillary Clinton and from a personal assembly with President Dwight David Eisenhower to Vietnam and Iraq. Having served in a variety of capacities with nationwide leaders, together with 3 Presidents (Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush), usa Senator Kenneth B. Keating, first and foremost of the Cuban Missile challenge, and because the first and simply non-physician to take part at the Board of the yank clinical organization, the writer has awarded his reviews in the way to list background and supply a legacy for family and friends. the writer has additionally been capable of draw upon, in writing those items, stories in campaigning for the us Senate opposed to Daniel Patrick Moynihan and as a company Officer for a Fortune 2 hundred corporation, Avon items, Inc.
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Robert McMillan ran for the USA Senate in 1988. Named through President George H. W. Bush to the board of the Panama Canal fee in1989, he was once elected chairman of the commission’s board of administrators, the 1st and basically one that used to be no longer an legit of the dept of security, and served from 1993-1994. He has co-hosted the preferred PBS tv application Face-Off for over thirteen years. Mr. McMillan writes a weekly column for the Anton group Newspapers, the Florida Weekly and in addition periodically writes for Newsday and the Charlotte Sun.

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