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Guest host, Susan Page, speaks with historian, Douglas Brinkley, and Department of Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, about President Theodore Roosevelt’s vision for preserving America’s wilderness and the future of our national parks and monuments.
- Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar Former Democratic U.S. Senator from Colorado.
- Douglas Brinkley Professor of History at Rice University and contributing editor at Vanity Fair magazine.
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