March 4, 2016- Park Ridge, NJ— Former County of Bergen Executive William “ Pat” Schuber, Esq. will kick of the Pascack Historical Society’s 2016 lecture series with , “The United States and Cuba: A Troubled Relationship”, on Sunday, April 10, 2 p.m., 19 Ridge Avenue, Park Ridge. Admission is free to the barrier-free museum. Children are welcome when accompanied by an adult.
Schuber, is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Administrative Science at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He lectures frequently on government, law, military history, historical leadership, ethics, communication and conflict resolution. He has written many scholarly articles and co-authored books on topics of history leadership and Homeland Security. He is a Captain in the US Army Reserve (Retired). His extensive world travels have given him a a bird’s eye view of historical sites and situations all over the world.
From the Spanish-American War War, to the Missile Crisis to the reopening of relations between the United States and Cuba allows the speaker to refocus on the history of this fragile relationship which has gone from the threat of nuclear war to mutual love of baseball . Colorful personalities such as Teddy Roosevelt, William Randolph Hearst, Jose Marti, Fidel Castro and Che Guevara will be discussed. Schuber will speak of the future of Cuba after Castro and The long term relationship we may have with this island nation when that occurs.
Complimentary coffee and cake will be served. A question & answer period will follow Schuber’s presentation. For further information or directions
log onto www.pascackhistoricalsociety.org
or call 201-573-0307.