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“I’m a serious academic historian,” Noel Pugach said.It’s true – but it may slip your mind when you see him perform as Lew Wallace this week at Mesa Public Library. You might think he’s a progressive 19th-century territorial governor of New Mexico, author of one of the most popular American novels of his time.“Wallace” will speak at 7 p.m. Thursday as part of the library’s Authors Speak Series, held monthly in the upstairs rotunda. The free event is sponsored by Friends of Mesa Public Library and supported by the library board.In addition to dozens of articles, and essays and more than 50 book reviews, Pugach has written several academic books on political topics, including “Social Security: The First Half of the Century” (with co-authors Gerald Nash and Richard Tomasson), “Paul S. Reinsch, Open Door Diplomat in Action” (KTO studies in American history) and “Same Bed, Different Dreams: A History of the Chinese American Back of Commerce, 1919-1937.”He also has given Chautauquan performances all over the United States.It started in 1983, when his specialty in foreign relations led him to consider performing as President Harry S.
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