Presidential Leadership The Ten Imperatives

    What are the qualities and characteristics of Presidents who have been successful while in the Oval Office? What abilities do they bring into governing and leading the nation in times of global change and challenges? His luncheon address will cover the history of the presidency beginning with the Founding Fathers and goes all the way through the modern era.

    Author, attorney and critical scholar of history, Talmage Boston brings to Corpus Christi his insights into what makes a good U.S. President great.
    Boston's latest book, Cross-Examining History, is timely since it comes to the bookstore and to our event at the time of the U.S. elections and political transition as Americans pursue "a more informed expectation about our future." His latest book (Foreword by Ken Burns), is a book that interrogates America's leading presidential historians and Oval Office insiders.

     

     

    Book Signing: Cross-Examining History: 

    A Lawyer Gets Answers from the Experts about our Presidents.

     

    $29.95


    Talmage Boston will sign books after the Q&A. You may pay with credit card or check

     

     

    Based in Dallas, the speaker Boston, who has an accomplished legal practice background, works for Winstead PC. His op-ed pieces and reviews have appeared in the Dallas Morning News and the Dallas Business Journal and has been a popular and sought-afterspeaker at events around the U.S. organized by World Affairs Councils in major cities.
    The buffet luncheon will open at 11:30 AM. Mr. Boston will speak from Noon to 1 PM and will take questions from audience. Book signing will follow. 

    Event Properties

    Event Date 12-07-2016 11:30 am
    Event End Date 12-07-2016 1:00 am
    Registration Start Date 12-01-2016
    Cut off date 12-08-2016 10:00 am
    Speaker Talmage Boston
    Number Hours 1
    Location
    Congressman Solomon P. Ortiz International Center
    402 Harbor Dr
    Congressman Solomon P. Ortiz International Center
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    Ticket Information

    Ticket Type Price
    General Admission $35.00
    Full-time Student $27.00
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