Arizona — History, Culture and Politics

GUESTS: BOB BOZE BELL *Author of many books, most recently Bad Men; Outlaws and Gun Fighters of the Wild West (TriStar, 1999) and The Illustrated Life & Times of Billy the Kid (TriStar, 1996) *Executive Editor, True West Magazine (covers history of the old West) *Host "Boze and Company," KXAM (Western talk show which airs in Phoenix area) JAY HEILER *Public Affairs Consultant *Former Chief of Staff for Governor Symington AMY SILVERMAN *Staff Writer, Columnist, Phoenix New Times When Arizona first became a state in 1912, the first Senator they sent to Washington was a cowboy. The Grand Canyon State is still proud of its frontier heritage, but it's changed a lot over the course of the century. Join Melinda Penkava and guests for a live broadcast from Mesa, Arizona for a look at the history, culture and regional politics of Arizona.

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