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Ken Posten oral history interview, 1994 July 19.

Author: Ken Posten; Cliff Kuhn
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Georgia Government Documentation Project, Series N: Legislative oral history project.
Database:WorldCat
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The collection consists of an oral history interview with Ken Posten on July 19, 1994 in which he discusses the history of Catoosa County; influence of Chattanooga on N.W. Georgia counties; influence of politics on early life; reasons for being Democrat; early involvement in political campaigns; J.B. Stoner; Norman Underwood; Hamilton Jordan; David Broder; first election; Tom Murphy; Petroleum Council of Georgia;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral history
Sound recording
Named Person: David Broder; Max Cleland; J Nathan Deal; Ronald Fennell; Denmark Groover; Ray Holland; Pierre Howard; Hamilton Jordan; Thomas B Murphy; DuBose Porter; Hilred W Shumake; Douglas Clark Teper; Henrietta Turnquest; Norman Lee Underwood; Charles Longstreet Weltner; David Zurow
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ken Posten; Cliff Kuhn
OCLC Number: 38727085
Notes: Interviewed by Cliff Kuhn.
Cataloged as part of the Georgia Archives and Manuscripts Automated Access Project: A Special Collections Gateway Program of the University Center in Georgia.
Description: 2 audiotapes ; cassette. Transcript (109 p.)
Other Titles: Georgia Government Documentation Project.

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The collection consists of an oral history interview with Ken Posten on July 19, 1994 in which he discusses the history of Catoosa County; influence of Chattanooga on N.W. Georgia counties; influence of politics on early life; reasons for being Democrat; early involvement in political campaigns; J.B. Stoner; Norman Underwood; Hamilton Jordan; David Broder; first election; Tom Murphy; Petroleum Council of Georgia; petroleum retail divorcement; marriage; Doug Teper; Max Cleland; Denmark Groover; health problems; reappportionment; ethics legislation; Hilred Shumake; wedding gift controversy; Charles Weltner; funding for Ringgold welcome center; Nathan Deal; DuBose Porter; Reform Caucus; slush funds; Henrietta Turnquest; Pierre Howard; House sex toy incident; Ray Holland; political tactics; House Republicans; failure of bipartisan alliances; Murphy "threatening lawyer" incident; primary opposition; Ron Fennell; "Green Door" (budget) committee; Bubba McDonald; Black Caucus; confilts with Tom Murphy; the media; lobbyists; David Zurow; "susie the dog" bill; and prospects for future.

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