Program 102 examines the offerings from three authors. First is “Why Won’t You Talk To Me?”…. A series of short stories about love misspoken by Richard Duggin, faculty member of the University of Nebraska Omaha’s Writer’s Workshop.
Then we’ll hear about “Bound to Have Blood: Frontier Newspapers and the Plains Indian Wars”, by UNO School of Communication Professor Hugh Reilly. His book details the good and bad side of press coverage during this unique time ….
Next we’ll explore “Evolution of Political Parties, Campaigns and Elections” by UNO Political Science Professor Randy Adkins. His book is a great starting point for studying political parties and elections.
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|Beef State: Bassett Beef Sale||In mid-July, the local sale barn in Bassett, Nebraska holds its biggest sale of the year. Narrated...|
|Beef State: Haying||It's haying season in the summer of 2007 on the Haythorn Ranch in Keith County, Nebraska. This...|
|Beef State: Calving||Nebraskans Cody Oldaker, Melvin Nation, and Moni Nation Hourt talk about the joy and sometimes...|
|Beef State: Great American Desert||Some back east had the misconception that the plains was desert-like. Narrated by Brian Seifferlein...|
|Beef State: End of the Stockyards||By 1973, the bustling stockyards and packing plants of twenty years earlier were all but gone....|
|Beef State: Stockyards Supreme||Since the 1920s, the major meatpackers (Swift, Armour, Cudahy, and Wilson, called the "Big Four")...|
|Beef State: Nebraska Prospers||Beef helped Nebraska prosper after World War II. Omaha becomes the largest beef-producing city in...|
|Beef State: Sibbitt's Cat Story||How one Nebraska rancher, John Sibbitt, got through the worst blizzard in recorded history, the...|
|Beef State: World War II||With its entry into World War II, the United States faced a huge problem in assuring an adequate...|
|Beef State: Genetics||As early as the 1870s, Nebraska ranchers knew that genetics were important. As their markets...|