Sunflower Journeys Program 1305
Rural Electrification: Washburn University history professor Sara Tucker joins Lester Murphy of the Kansas Electric Cooperatives in reviewing the impact that the delivery of electricity to rural areas had upon Kansas farm families. Landon for President: Loren Pennington, professor of history at Emporia State University, traces the political career of Alf Landon, who was elected governor of Kansas in 1932. Nancy Kassebaum Baker: Nancy Kassebaum Baker, Alf Landon’s daughter, recalls the days of her youth in Topeka and explains how she became involved in politics, reflecting upon the highlights of the three terms she served in the U.S. Senate.
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