A recent debate in the larger design/research community has got me thinking about how I ended up valuing collaborative work, and why I think it's so important.
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In 1980, I was the "student moderator" for an out of control Young Democrats debate at Eastern Kentucky University. Student Regent Rick Robinson represented Jimmy Carter and Rob Dollar, the editor of the student newspaper, represented Ted Kennedy.
I recently asked a number of people in the "political know" of Kentucky the question. "Who do you see emerging as the next leaders of Kentucky?"
Manifest Destiny is unquestionably Robinson's best book. He weaves a lot of "inside the beltway" background into a thriller along the lines of a Tom Clancy novel.
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