The most popular Radnor Reports articles from past years

Ken Feltman –

Each year, I receive requests to re-publish some past articles. Since 2006, the two most requested articles have traded places but neither has slipped below 1 or 2.

Evy Dubrow: A Life Worth Living (July 2006). This gentle but powerful woman touched a whale in the wild and forced the powerful to change their minds.

May the Happy Memories of Your Childhood Nurture You (December 2003). A teacher who taught us so much more than the daily lessons – she taught life and learning from each other.

Here are links to numbers 3 to 10:

Number 3: New Orleans: Reason Versus Reasons

Number 4: You Can’t Teach an Old Dogma New Tricks

Number 5: Beyond the Bells

Number 6: The Gentleman is Dense and Offensive

Number 7: Enough! Kazuko Inouye, my long-time assistant in Chicago: Kissed by a president, she was comfortable among the powerful, whether they were emperors, kings, the very wealthy or her friend Jesse Jackson.

Number 8: The Other Russia Collusion Scandal is Breaking Wide Open

Number 9: Do They Still Play the Blues in Chicago? A tribute to my friend Steve Goodman, author of “The City of New Orleans” and a Cubs fan.

Number 10 (tie): The President, Time Magazine and Narcissistic Personality Disorder and From Decoration Day to Memorial Day: A Fractious but Very American Journey

Just missing the top 10 were three articles about politicians hurting their own chances:

A Tale of Two Virginias

Chris Christie: The Revealing Recklessness

Chris Christie and Bridgegate: Just One Email Away from Destruction

Next was the article that has been the most popular with political professionals since it was published in 2011. It began to get even more attention as Donald Trump closed in on the GOP nomination:

Can Texas be Exported to the United States?

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About Radnor Reports

Ken Feltman is past-president of the International Association of Political Consultants and the American League of Lobbyists. He is retired chairman of Radnor Inc., an international political consulting and government relations firm in Washington, D.C. Known as a coalition builder, he has participated in election campaigns and legislative efforts in the United States and several other countries.
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