CONTACT: WINSTON BARCLAY
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Former U.S. Senator Bill Bradley will read 'Live from Prairie Lights'
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Bill Bradley, former U.S. senator, professional
basketball player and presidential hopeful, will present a free reading
at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2 in Buchanan Auditorium of the University of Iowa
Pappajohn Business Administration Building. The reading will be broadcast
on the "Live from Prairie Lights" series, originating on WSUI
radio, AM 910.
Bradley is the author of four books: "Life on the Run," "The
Fair Tax," "Time Present, Time Past" and "Values of
A New York Times Book Review critique said Bradley's writing "reflects
the realities of modern politics, what it looks like, feels like, from
Bradley was a three-time basketball all-American at Princeton University,
an Olympic gold medalist, a Rhodes scholar, a member of the New York Knicks
from 1967 to 1977 and two-time NBA champion. He was elected to the Basketball
Hall of Fame in 1982.
Bradley served as United States senator from New Jersey from 1979 to
1997. Since leaving the Senate, he has taught at Stanford, the University
of Maryland and Notre Dame.