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ISBN:
0901625698
Author:
Douglas Bremner
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Contemporary; 1st Edition. edition (2001)
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James Douglas (Doug) Bremner, . Bremner was born in Topeka, Kansas and was raised in Olympia, Washington. in English literature from the University of Puget Sound, and a medical degree from Duke University School of Medicine

He lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

His book, For the Benefit of the Nation, was initiated by Trevor Croft, the director of the National Trust from . Douglas Bremner was born the son of a chief inspector of schools.

His book, For the Benefit of the Nation, was initiated by Trevor Croft, the director of the National Trust from 1997-2001, who told me, "as regional director for southern Scotland Douglas had shown total dedication to his properties and staff. After a rigorous education at Aberdeen Grammar School he excelled in the zoology department of the University of Aberdeen.