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OKLAHOMA STATESMAN: THE LIFE OF DAVID BOREN

BURKE, BOB AND VON RUSSELL CREEL

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ISBN 10: 1885596707 / ISBN 13: 9781885596703
Published by OKLAHOMA HERITAGE, 2008
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Title: OKLAHOMA STATESMAN: THE LIFE OF DAVID BOREN

Publisher: OKLAHOMA HERITAGE

Publication Date: 2008

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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DAVID L. BOREN perhaps has influenced Oklahoma more than any other person in the state s first century. His rise to prominence was not accidental. The son of an Oklahoma congressman, Boren sought excellence at every level of education, from the Seminole, Oklahoma, public schools to Yale University, to Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, and the University of Oklahoma College Of Law. Oklahomans are well aware of Boren s contributions as Governor of Oklahoma, United States Senator, and president of the University of Oklahoma. However, for the first time, this biography reveals Boren s major and discreet roles in some of the most politically and historically important moments of American history in the final two decades of the twentieth century. Details are revealed of private meetings with American presidents, world leaders, and even the KGB. There is also the never-before-told story of a single, handwritten letter from Boren that may have had an important impact upon the final years of the presidency of Ronald Reagan. This book s title, Oklahoma Statesman, best describes the life of Boren. In each position of trust he has held, he has excelled as a statesman in every sense of the word.

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BOB BURKE has written more historical non-fiction books than anyone else in history. His 121 books are all about Oklahoma s incredible heritage. Born in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, he was director of a large state agency in Governor David Boren s administration and managed Boren s first campaign for the United States Senate. He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma City University School of Law. Burke, a member of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame and the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame, has earned numerous awards for his writing. He is the father of Robert, Amy, and Cody, stepfather of Natalie, Lauren, and Calli, and grandfather of Nathan, Jon, Ridge, and Fallon. He and his wife Chimene live in Oklahoma City where he practices law and writes books. VON RUSSELL CREEL holds B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Oklahoma. He was a law clerk for Judge Alfred P. Murrah from 1969 to 1971. In 1971, he joined the faculty of the Oklahoma City University School of Law where he presently is the most senior professor of law. He took a leave of absence in 1975 to serve as Chief of Staff for Oklahoma Governor David Boren for two years. He previously served on the Board of Directors of the Oklahoma Historical Society. Creel and his wife, Mary, live in Midwest City, Oklahoma. They are the parents of Chris, Caren, and Cory, and grandparents of Cody and Carson.

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