Interview with James Fallin

Dublin Core

Identifier

1980 OH 226

Date

10/3/1980

Description

In this interview, James Fallin, a Louisville native, discusses his decision to enter into politics and his corresponding Hancock County public service career, which included a Democratic Chairman nomination, and terms as both a County Judge and Judge Executive. He compares the differences between the two judcicial positions, and comments on the county's labor economy, crime trends, revenue sharing, and his future plans to run for a Congressional position.

Rights

Contact Special Collections and Archives Crabbe Library Eastern Kentucky University for reproductions rights and permission to publish.

Title

Interview with James Fallin

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Ellis, William E.

Interviewee

Fallin, James

Location

Hawesville, KY

Duration

:36:08

Restrictions

no

XML

1980oh226-fallin.xml

Funding Source

Project Funded by the Kentucky Oral History Commission

Files



Citation

“Interview with James Fallin,” William H. Berge Oral History Center, accessed June 26, 2019, https://oralhistory.eku.edu/items/show/1393.