Through their writings, teaching, and public speaking, Wendell Berry and James Klotter have helped many Kentuckians understand their collective past.
The two men shared a stage at the Thomas Clark Center for Kentucky History last Saturday to discuss the importance of studying the past as a way to prepare for the future. The program was part of the Kentucky Historical Society’s Boone Day festivities to mark the 222nd anniversary of statehood. KET's Renee Shaw moderated the thought-provoking and wide-ranging conversation.
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