Radical Centrist Podcast: How Senator John Durkin Changed the World

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Wayne D. King

And Launched the Renewable Energy Revolution

By WAYNE D. KING, Radical Centrist

One Visionary Senator, One Great Staff, One Quiet amendment and 42+ years of Activism have set in motion America’s Renewable Energy Revolution

Do not go where the path may lead, 
go instead where there is no path 
and leave a trail.

~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

Today’s Radical Centrist podcast, the fourth in our “Beyond Carbon” series, is a story of a man with vision, a terrific staff of people around him and a Senate that – unlike today’s Senate and House – was functional.

Where Democrats and Republicans worked together for the best interests of the country and their constituents. It is a story of a man, and his staff, who saw their job – not in terms of the next election but the next generation and the next after that.

Radical Centrist podcast by Wayne D. King, New England Newspaper and Press Association award-winning columnist. Photo of Senator John Durkin.

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