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2016 Election Series
Attorney, Historian, Author
Can the lessons of past Presidents help guide us through this time of national and global uncertainty? What qualities make for a good leader? How will U.S presidential history shape future leaders?
Join us on October 12, for a timely discussion of these questions with author and historian, Talmage Boston.
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm: Networking Reception with Hors d'oeuvres & Cash Bar
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm: Presentation & Audience Q+A
The University Club offers free parking after 5:00pm at the ABM self-park lot. Map here.
About Talmage Boston
As a civil litigator for almost four decades, Talmage Boston’s business has been to seek the truth from witnesses and use it to bring focus toward final resolution.
Recognizing that a history book constitutes the author’s thorough direct examination of his subject, and knowing ultimate credibility can only be derived following cross-examination, over a three-year period, Boston interrogated those who have performed the heavy lifting of research and analysis about our commanders-in-chief.
His new book, Cross-Examining History (Bright Sky Press,
2016) delivers the answers to
Boston’s questions with many of today’s most renowned presidential historians, and some esteemed high-level Oval Office insiders. The results expand our awareness far beyond book learning and increase our knowledge of the most important aspects in our presidents’ lives