Posts Tagged ‘Nicholas Katzenach’

Six Degrees of Millicent – First Anniversary

One year ago today I started this blog – Six Degrees of Millicent – and a year later I’m still at. As a biographer there are serendipitous connections to your subject everywhere and it’s fun to share those stories through this blog.

As you can tell from the name. the blog started out as six degrees of Millicent Fenwick, the subject of my first book, and more recently has morphed into a blog about my second biography, “Leading Justice: The Life of Nicholas Katzenbach” scheduled to come out next year.

This blog gives you a double dose of the many intersections I discover between my subjects and the present. And if you don’t know who Millicent Fenwick or Nicholas Katzenbach are, hopefully you will enjoy learning about them as much as I have.

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Below are some highlights from the past year and they can all be found in the Archives:

Green Eyes, February 23, 2012

The Jackie Kennedy Tapes, September 14, 2011

Take Three, August 31, 2011 about the Martin Luther King, Jr.  Memorial

As Indispensable as Sensible shoes, August 11, 2011

The Stand in the Schoolhouse Door, June 11, 2011

Biographers Unite, May 28, 2011