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Robert Khayat Memoir “Education of a Lifetime” was a well thought out and descriptive piece of work. I was intrigued from the very beginning, as he shared his childhood memories and explained his background life before chancellorship at Ole Miss. The majority of the book I enjoyed but it was hard to read at times as he skipped around on several occasions and spent a great deal of time describing and introducing new people in his life, which wasn’t awful, just a bit long and not so important in my opinion. Politics and history are not my favorite subjects but this book gave me the insight of the background of Ole Miss and the background of how the United States
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  • Spring '08
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