Preservationist Richard Moe on saving America's important places
Broadcast: Midday, 11/11/2009, 11:00 a.m.
Minnesota native Richard Moe is retiring as president of the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Washington, D.C. He joins Midday to talk about community revitalization and why it's important to save America's historic buildings and places.
- Richard Moe: President, National Trust for Historic Preservation. Former chief of staff for Senator Walter Mondale and senior staff for President Jimmy Carter. Chairman of Minnesota DFL Party 1969-1972. Author, "The Last Full Measure: The Life and Death of the First Minnesota Volunteers."
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