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Wilder on the Joe Madison Show

10-14-15 Former Govenor L. Douglas Wilder

Son of Virginia: About the Author

About the Author More information on Son of Virginia, the autobiography by Former Virginia Governor, L. Douglas Wilder, can be found at www.sonofvirginia.com. Douglas Wilder’s career in public service spans 40 years and is noted for several historic milestones. Mr. Wilder became the first African-American to be elected governor in the U.S., leading the Commonwealth [...]

Son of Virginia: A Life in America’s Political Arena

For more information please contact Jessica Plaskett: (203) 458-4511/jplaskett@rowman.com Advance Praise… “Son of Virginia is an instant classic that will inform and inspire for generations to come.” -Prof. Larry J. Sabato, Director, University of Virginia Center for Politics “Governor Wilder’s memoir is must-reading for anyone seeking to understand why Virginia, the place where America began, [...]

Former Gov. L. Douglas Wilder Discusses Bob McDonnell, Ballparks and 2016

Nate Eaton speaks with VA Governor Douglas Wilder

The South rises again… for Democrats?

Race and Politics in America

Students from the Washington Center, George Mason University in Virginia, and Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class.  Former Virginia Governor Doug Wilder (D) talked by remote video from Richmond about the relationship between race and politics in America. Video clips were also shown. This course was a [...]

“The remarkable career of Gov. L. Douglas Wilder”

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The world lost a voice of reason, compassion

Continuing Mandela’s March

Virginians know how to demand liberty’s dissemination. The citizens of this commonwealth who have sown such powerful seeds range from Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson to Oliver Hill and Spotswood Robinson. Residents of this state know how to make our voices heard, and how to turn one generation’s radical ideas about freedom into the next [...]

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