Raasch Discusses “Imperfect Union” at St. Augustine, FL

As part of Flagler College’s Forum on Government and Public Policy series, acclaimed Washington correspondent Chuck Raasch will be giving a talk titled “After the guns go silent, and the ballots are cast” on Tuesday, Jan. 31 in Lewis Auditorium.

Raasch’s lecture will focus on his 2016 book, “Imperfect Union, A Father’s Search for his son in the Aftermath of the Battle of Gettysburg,” which is about the rise of the war correspondent and the experience that follows conflict and war.

“This topic is relevant in our long period of war against terrorism, and the uncertainty it brings to both survivors and those fighting it” Raasch said. “The aftermath of human conflict never leaves us.”