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Michael Beschloss
Presidential historian. 9 books. Contributor, , PBS , . Born Chicago. Williams College.
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Michael Beschloss 8h
Bobby Knight & President Ford, 40 years ago last month, White House:
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Michael Beschloss 9h
1972 Athletes for President Nixon poster--signed by Geo Allen, Bart Starr, OJ Simpson, Fran Tarkenton, Bear Bryant:
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Michael Beschloss 10h
LBJ, JFK, Jacqueline Kennedy watch launch of Alan Shepard, 1st American in space, 55 years ago this week:
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Michael Beschloss 16h
Birmingham civil rights campaign, tomorrow 1963:
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Michael Beschloss May 1
Louis Armstrong, the Sphinx, the Pyramids & wife Lucille, Egypt, 1961:
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Michael Beschloss Apr 30
White House Correspondents Dinner, 1923:
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Michael Beschloss Apr 30
JFK & Peter Sellers & Harold Macmillan, White House Correspondents Dinner, 1962:
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Michael Beschloss Apr 30
JFK signs for Barbra Streisand, White House Correspondents Dinner 1963:
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Michael Beschloss Apr 30
Audio reprise: Ex-VP Alben Barkley's last words, fatal collapse while giving speech, 60 yrs ago today (1 min.):
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Michael Beschloss Apr 29
Lou Gehrig, who played his last game for tomorrow 1939:
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Michael Beschloss Apr 28
Last telegram to Kissinger from US Ambassador in Saigon before communications gear is destroyed, this week 1975:
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Michael Beschloss Apr 28
President Ford briefs Cabinet on fall of South Vietnam, tomorrow 1975:
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Michael Beschloss Apr 28
Ronald Reagan writes Margaret Thatcher on “dark day” of fall of Saigon, this week 1975:
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Michael Beschloss Apr 28
As Saigon falls, South Vietnamese civilians scale US Embassy wall, hoping to board helicopters, tomorrow 1975:
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Michael Beschloss Apr 27
Exiled Richard Nixon writes to Woody Hayes about losing, 1979:
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Michael Beschloss Apr 27
Richard Nixon very briefly pondered Vince Lombardi for VP in 1968 until he discovered that Lombardi was a Democrat.
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Michael Beschloss Apr 27
Revealing image of JFK, his brother & his Vice President, 1963:
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Michael Beschloss Apr 27
Henry Wallace’s 1948 VP candidate, Glen Taylor, was known as “The Singing Cowboy."
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Michael Beschloss Apr 27
Yup.
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Michael Beschloss Apr 27
Before Walter Mondale announced Geraldine Ferraro in 1984, he was specifically advised by aides not to hug her in public.
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