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Columns: Marilyn Monroe to Vietnam and Iraq

Columns: Marilyn Monroe to Vietnam and Iraq

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Over the last twenty years, the author has written a weekly column for the Anton Community Newspapers on Long Island and every once in a while for Newsday, The New York Times, and Florida's Charlotte Sun. Mixed with a little of the author's personal philosophy, the columns have expressed views on topics ranging from an experience with Marilyn Monroe in Korea to a personal interview with Hillary Clinton and from a private meeting with President Dwight David Eisenhower to Vietnam and Iraq. Having served in various capacities with national leaders, including three Presidents (Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush), United States Senator Kenneth B. Keating, at the start of the Cuban Missile Crisis, and as the first and only non-physician to participate on the Board of the American Medical Association, the author has presented his experiences in a way to record history and provide a legacy for friends and family. The author has also been able to draw upon, in writing these pieces, experiences in campaigning for the United States Senate against Daniel Patrick Moynihan and as a Corporate Officer for a Fortune 200 Company, Avon Products, Inc.

Global Passage: Transformation of Panama and the Panama Canal

Global Passage: Transformation of Panama and the Panama Canal

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Global Passage: Transformation of Panama and the Panama Canal by former Panama Canal Commission Chairman Robert McMillan is an insider's brilliantly researched book about the past, present and future of Panama and the Panama Canal. The book fully covers the $5.25 billion dollar canal enlargement project, the role of China at the Canal, the positive evolution of democracy in Panama, the challenges from Colombian guerrillas, and the possibility of a competing canal in Nicaragua. “Bob McMillan makes a significant contribution with his insightful chronology of events and personal experiences surrounding Operation Just Cause, the canal transition and U.S.-Panamanian relations. I thoroughly enjoyed it.” --Former Congressman and U.S. Ambassador to Panama, William J. Hughes.