When first printed in 1986, The New Legacy was excerpted by Texas Business Magazine calling it a crucial new book that urges Texans to take the national leadership role in ethics, education, business, and statesmanship, with an update added to bring it to the modern times and explain the conscience versus convenience analysis of "Enlightened Conservatism". The New Legacy sets the fundamental value base for its sister book, The Language of Conscience.
|Publisher:||Texas Peacemaker Publications|
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About the Author
Former President, Texas State Chamber of Commerce and East Texas Chamber of Commerce, Former Chairman and President, Texas Lyceum Association; Former Chairman, Texans for Quality Education, Inc.; Former Commissioner and Legislative Chairman, Texas Commission of the Arts; Director Emeritus, Texas Cultural Trust Council; Recipient, John Ben Shepperd Forum "Outstanding Texas Leader" Award (1990); Former Director, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas-Houston Branch; Executive Committee and Chairman of the Strategic Planning Committee, Health Care Service Corporation; Former President and Chairman, Texas Leadership Institute; University of Texas Centennial Commission and Commission of 125 (Honorary Member); Former Member, Author of numerous publications including books, The New Legacy; and The Language of Conscience (Foreword Magazine Finalist for Philosophy Book of the Year); and the website www.thelanguageofconscience.com. Educational Background: University of Texas at Austin, B.B.A. Business School Class Valedictorian (1968); University of Texas at Austin, J.D., Chancellor Society (1971); U.S. Naval Justice School.