Interview with George Street Boone, October 30, 1990
Part of Kentucky Legislature Oral History Project
- Interview with George Street Boone, October 30, 1990
- George Street Boone; interviewee. Jeffrey Suchanek; interviewer.
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- Boone (House 1972, 16th district; Democrat) recounts his family and educational history in Elkton (Ky.). He also discusses his military service during World War II, as well as Jim Crow laws in Kentucky. Interview highlights include Boone's work on the Kentucky Constitutional Revision Committee in the 1960s, his work with Ed Prichard, as well as his perspectives on the role of the media on the legislative process.
- Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries
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- Legislators -- Kentucky -- Interviews., Discrimination -- Law and legislation -- Kentucky., Kentucky. Constitution Revision Committee., Prichard, E.F. (Edward Fretwell), Kentucky. General Assembly -- Reform., Mass media -- Influence -- Kentucky., Equal rights amendments -- Kentucky., World War II., Elkton (Ky.), American Party., Combs, Bert T., 1911-1991., Ford, Wendell H., 1924-, Blume, Norbert L., 1992-, McBrayer, W. Terry, 1937-, Temperance League of Kentucky., law school, Constitution Revision Committee, Kentucky Government Council, political philosophy, legislative independence, Swinford, John, Kentucky Equal Rights Amendment, ethics legislation, campaigning, Key Legislation: Kentucky Equal Rights Amendment, 1972., Term/District: House (1972), 16th district, Counties in District: Logan County (Ky.) -- Todd County (Ky.)
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