DescriptionFoster Calhoun, a Knott County native and Morehead State University alum, discusses his family history, education, and political interests and career in this interview. Calhoun concludes that the roads, sewage, water sanitation and garbage collection are major county problems. He also discusses federal programs, the Judicial Referendum, and the coal industry and money in the interview.
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Funding SourceProject Funded by the Kentucky Oral History Commission