Last weekend I lost a very close friend. I never met him. I never even had a conversation with him. But he came into my home every weeknight for over 35 years for a half hour long visit.Read More »
On August 18, 1920, thirty-year-old Tennessee State Representative Joseph Hanover walked through the lobby of The Hermitage Hotel in Nashville to be greeted by cheers and jeers. Joe Hanover had become the nation’s leading male voice in the fight for woman suffrage. The most powerful forces in Tennessee opposed him. But Joe Hanover, a Polish immigrant, was not going to back away from the fight. He asked, “Why can’t Mother vote?” And then he set about to take care of the unfinished business of Democracy.
In his latest book, Bill tells the inspirational story of this unsung hero of woman suffrage.
Available December 23, 2019. To order email Bill at Whaltom [at] comcast [dot] net or Jacque Hillman, Publisher, hillhelengroup [at] gmail [dot] com, or call 731-394-2894. Mailed orders: $28 includes shipping.
The book will also be available at Burke’s Books and Novel Memphis, and online at Amazon.com and other booksellers.Click here to order your copy! »
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On September 10, 2020, Judge Pamela Reeves lost a long and courageous battle with cancer.
We lost her too soon, but she left us a legacy of law and grace.Read More »
I cast my first vote for President in 1956. I voted for Adlai Stevenson even though I could not read his name on the ballot as I was only four years old.
I cast my next vote for President in 1960 when I was eight. I voted for John F. Kennedy.
In 1964, at the age of 12, I voted for Lyndon Johnson.
Clearly, I was a young Democrat. A very young Democrat.Read More »
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