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Rush Hudson Limbaugh and His Times: Reflections on a Life Well Lived

Rush Hudson Limbaugh and His Times: Reflections on a Life Well Lived

Rush Limbaugh George G. Suggs Jr.
2.5/5 (4 ratings)
This series of interviews with Rush H. Limbaugh Sr. explores his life as a man who, from his humble beginnings, rose with talent and hard work to great achievement and prominence in his chosen profession of law. Limbaugh’s legal career was launched in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, in 1916 at the age of twenty-five, and he practiced there until shortly before his death in 1996 at the age of 104. His professional years were marked by his competence and distinction as a lawyer, his membership to the Missouri House of Representatives, and his numerous office-holdings, such as president of the Missouri Bar. These interviews reveal a good man with a strength of character that commanded respect and endeared him to all who knew him, a man who at age ninety-six when the interviews occurred was living an extraordinary life of achievement and service, illustrated by his dedication to his family, church, community, and profession.
Language
English
Pages
224
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Southeast Missouri State Univ Press
Release
May 01, 2003
ISBN
0972430423
ISBN 13
9780972430425

Rush Hudson Limbaugh and His Times: Reflections on a Life Well Lived

Rush Limbaugh George G. Suggs Jr.
2.5/5 (4 ratings)
This series of interviews with Rush H. Limbaugh Sr. explores his life as a man who, from his humble beginnings, rose with talent and hard work to great achievement and prominence in his chosen profession of law. Limbaugh’s legal career was launched in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, in 1916 at the age of twenty-five, and he practiced there until shortly before his death in 1996 at the age of 104. His professional years were marked by his competence and distinction as a lawyer, his membership to the Missouri House of Representatives, and his numerous office-holdings, such as president of the Missouri Bar. These interviews reveal a good man with a strength of character that commanded respect and endeared him to all who knew him, a man who at age ninety-six when the interviews occurred was living an extraordinary life of achievement and service, illustrated by his dedication to his family, church, community, and profession.
Language
English
Pages
224
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Southeast Missouri State Univ Press
Release
May 01, 2003
ISBN
0972430423
ISBN 13
9780972430425

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