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City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: An Interview with Marc Johnson

Join founding City Club board member and author Marc Johnson in conversation with former City Club board member Bill Russell for a Virtual Conversation that confronts divisive partisanship through the lens of the 1980 election.
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City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: An Interview with Marc Johnson

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Mar 02, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MST
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City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: An Interview with Marc Johnson, author of “Tuesday Night Massacre: Four Senate Elections and the Radicalization of the Republican Party

Join founding City Club board member and author Marc Johnson in conversation with former City Club board member Bill Russell for a Virtual Conversation that confronts divisive partisanship through the lens of the 1980 election.

Johnson is the author of “Tuesday Night Massacre: Four Senate Elections and the Radicalization of the Republican Party” and takes a close look at the tactics which were deployed in four landmark elections forty years ago and offers insights into how these practices influence our experience of partisan politics today. Locally, the result of one of those elections was the defeat of Senator Frank Church by then-Representative Steve Symms.

Marc Johnson has worked as a broadcast journalist and communication and crisis management consultant and served as a top aide to Idaho’s longest-serving governor, Cecil D. Andrus.

Bill Russell is Dean of the College of Business at Northwest Nazarene University, and former professor of law and ethics for the College of Business.

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