On Mon., Sept. 30, at 3 p.m., Susan Johnson, Assistant Dean of Student Success of College Letters and Sciences and Associate Professor of Political Science, will talk about “Reagan’s Democrats, Clinton’s Impeachment and the 2000 Election: How Did Dysfunctional Become The Way Our Government Functions?” as part of the Fall 2013 Fairhaven Lecture Series. The weekly lectures in the fall series have the theme “Turning Points: Critical Events and Influential People of the Past 30 Years.” All lectures are open to everyone, free, and take place at 3 p.m. on Mondays in the Fairhaven Retirement Community’s Fellowship Hall (435 West Starin Road).
Can’t get to the lecture? Don’t worry, these lectures are recorded! You can watch the video later from the lecture series web site.
Interested in knowing more before or after the lecture? Andersen Library can help! Search HALCat to find titles such as The age of Reagan: A history, 1974-2008 (3rd-floor Main Collection, E839.5 .W535 2008), An affair of state: The investigation, impeachment, and trial of President Clinton (3rd-floor Main Collection, KF5076.C57 P67 1999), and The election of 2000: Reports and interpretations (3rd-floor Main Collection, JK526 2001).
Please ask a librarian if you’d appreciate assistance with finding materials.