Episode #36 - Interview with Anthony Clark

Ron and Ed interviewed Anthony Clark, author of the new book, The Last Campaign: How Presidents Rewrite History & Enshrine Their Legacies, available on Amazon. During the interview we discuss the economics of Presidential Librairies and how they rarely bring the promised revenue to the cities and towns that compete to host them.

Anthony also reveals the secret plan of Richard Nixon to build his library on land already owned by the Federal Government. This plan included plucking 4,000 acres of pristine seafront land from Marine base, Camp Pendleton.

In the last segment, Anthony, a former staff member of a Congressman from Missouri, explains how Hillary Clinton’s actions regardin her use of a personal email server were clearly a violation of federal policy.

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Ed Kless

Ed Kless joined Sage in July of 2003 and is currently the senior director of partner development and strategy. He develops and delivers curriculum for Sage business partners on the art and practice of small business consulting. Courses include: Sage Consulting Academy, Business Strategy and Customer Experience Workshops. Ed is the author of The Soul of Enterprise: Dialogues on Business in the Knowledge Economy, a compendium of a few of the episodes of his VoiceAmerica talk-show The Soul of Enterprise: Business in the Knowledge Economy with Ron Baker, founder of the VeraSage Institute where Ed is also a senior fellow.