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How C-SPAN's Brian Lamb Changed Politics in America will learn a lot of trivia about this son of an Indiana tavern owner and beer distributor who dropped in and out of law school, joined the Navy, saw a bit of the world, and made good in Washington, D.C. But they won't gain a lot of insight into what makes Brian Lamb tick. The author, Stephen E. Frantzich, is a professor of political science at the U.S. Naval Academy, who, according to the jacket blurb, has authored "more than a dozen books," including The C-SPAN Revolution (1996).
Founding Father: How C-SPAN's Brian Lamb Changed Politics in America Jane E Kirtley Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly; Winter 2008; 85, 4; Docstoc pg. 931 Reproduced with
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