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Historian to discuss origins of human rights
Author Tom Clancy to be ‘Clear and Present’ at U.Va. March 21
Political humor: A tribute to Herblock
Finding history among the trees

Tom Clancy Author Tom Clancy to be ‘clear and present’ at U.Va. March 21

From “The Hunt for Red October,” to the most recent book turned into a film, “The Sum of All Fears,” author Tom Clancy has become known for the authenticity of his suspense novels dealing with scenarios of war, terrorism and the drug trade. Other novels such as “Clear and Present Danger” and “Patriot Games” also have become popular movies. His latest Jack Ryan novel is “Red Rabbit.”

Clancy will be the guest speaker at the March 21 meeting of the Jefferson Literary & Debating Society at 8:30 p.m. in Jefferson Hall, Hotel C, on the West Range.


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