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Book chronicles life of native son Mills

When she was in high school in Springdale in the 1950s, Kay Goss remembers her father pointing out U.S. Rep. Wilbur Mills and saying to her: “There goes a leader.” Goss, the author of a biography on Mills, had gone with her father to the University of Arkansas to visit the congressman, who was then an up-and-coming House member.

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  • Headline: Book chronicles life of native son Mills
  • Publication: Arkansas, Pages 15 on 11/25/2012
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