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10 thoughts on “The Wild Man from Sugar Creek

  1. says:

    I ve read this book three times It s a great read about a man who cast a long shadow in Georgia politics long after his death It s hard to find but worth the effort.


  2. says:

    Putting Eugene Talmadge s Wild Legacy within a Contemporary ContextWilliam Anderson s The Wild Man from Sugar Creek the Political Career of Eugene Talmadge is one the most engrossing and compelling portraits of a complex American political figure in American literature It was, in addition, an essential source of the biographical information and historical insights needed to complete the essay titled The Bridge and the Monument A Tale of Two Legacies, published in The American Poet Who Went Putting Eugene Talmadge s Wild Legacy within a Contemporary ContextWilliam Anderson s The Wild Man from Sugar Creek the Political Career of Eugene Talmadge is one the most engrossing and compelling portraits of a complex American political figure in American literature It was, in additi...


  3. says:

    Back in the early 1990s, I found myself simultaneously teaching a course on contemporary Georgia at the University of Georgia and researching a biography of Jimmy Carter published in 1996 The only problems were that I was not a native Georgian or even a native Southerner and knew nothing about the state or the region I therefore had to learn a lot, and embarked on a campaign of reading to educate myself.I can t say that Wild Man from Sugar Creek was the most important book I read then Stand Back in the early 1990s, I found myself simultaneously teaching a course on contemporary Georgia at the University of Georgia and researching a biography of Jimmy Carter published in 1996 The only problems were that I was not a native Georgian or even a native Southerner and knew nothing about the state or the region I therefore had to learn a lot, and embarked on a campaign of reading to educate myself.I can t say that Wild Man from Sugar Creek was the most important book I read then Standard histories were understandablyhelpful, and there are many other fascinating figures in Georgia s history I enjoyed learning about In addition to such biggies as Martin Luther King, Jr and Jimmy Carter, I found myself attracted to Tom Watson, Henry Grady, and even Oglethorpe, among others However, this biography of Eugene Talmadge...


  4. says:

    Mercy I had never delved into Georgia s political past.what a character History does repeat itself


  5. says:

    This book was published in 1975 Rather surprisingly, the back flap states that it is the first full biography of Eugene Talmadge The author appears to have asympathetic attitude towards Eugene Talmadge that I would have thought I appreciated learning some of the facts about Eugene Talmadge, and the book covered some of theegregious moments in his history, such as his political campaigns and the suspension of accreditation of Georgia schools that occurred during his tenure However This book was published in 1975 Rather surprisingly, the back flap states that it is the first full biography of Eugene Talmadge The author appears to have asympathetic attitude towards Eugene Talmadge that I would have thought I ...


  6. says:

    This was a great work I was surprised at how well written and how much information the author dug up about the man It s tough digging up stuff from the 1930 s and this author covered all the major eve...


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