Interview with Douglas Moseley, July 13, 2006
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- Interview with Douglas Moseley, July 13, 2006
- Douglas Moseley; interviewee. Jessica Flinchem; interviewer.
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- Moseley (Senate 1974-1987, 16th district; Republican) talks about his education, his entry into politics, his belief in voting his conscience rather than to retain his seat, his admiration for Ronald Reagan and Harry Truman. He details his experiences with Louie B. Nunn, his two books “The Table Speaks” and “There’s More to Preaching Than Just Preaching” and concludes the interview laying out his belief in faith and the benefits of hard work.
- Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries
- University of Kentucky
- Legislators -- Kentucky -- Interviews., Authors -- Kentucky -- Biography., Religious ethics., Kentucky. Governor (1955-1959 : Chandler), Kentucky. Governor (1974-1979 : Carroll), Lindsay Wilson College, Williams, David, Emberton, Tom, Jones Mills, Francis, Baker, Walter, 1937-, Travis, Joe Lane, Reagan, Ronald, Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972, sales tax legislation, Nunn, Louie B., 1924-, Carroll, Julian Morton, 1931-, Chandler, Happy, 1898-1991, Rickey, Branch, 1914-1961, Rogers, Ida Long, Aaron, Charles, Russell Springs (Ky.), Key Legislation: sales tax increase (under Nunn), Term/District: Senate (1974-1987), 16th district, Leadership Position(s): Senate Minority Caucus Chair, 1982 -- Senate Minority Whip, 1984, Counties in District: Adair County (Ky.) -- Casey County (Ky.) -- Cumberland County (Ky.) -- Russell County (Ky.) -- Clinton County (Ky.) -- Taylor County (Ky.) -- Wayne County (Ky.) -- McCreary County (Ky.) -- Garrard County (Ky.)
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