Roger Busbice

Roger Busbice writes from Morgan City, Louisiana.

Latest by Roger Busbice in Chronicles

  • September 2002

    Putting the Children First

    Until the mid-1970’s, public education in Louisiana, like that in much of rural America, was solidly and successfully based on traditional methodology and philosophy, which emphasized academic excellence, an honest curriculum, discipline, and civic responsibility.

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  • April 1998

    The Cajuns of Louisiana

    In the 1980's, "Cajun" suddenly became "cool." From rotund Chef Paul Prudhomme and high-rolling Louisiana Governor Edwin Edwards to the music of Beausoleil and "blackened" redfish, anyone and anything associated with the remnants of French culture along the Gulf Coast was "in."

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