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Latest Theodore White Items
The media coverage of the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination has overwhelmed the American public, with books, documentaries, made-for-television dramas and journalistic memorials.
One of my favorite controversialists is back - Bob Woodward - with his sidekick, Carl Bernstein. Sunday in The Washington Post, they wrote that Richard Nixon was more hideous than we have heretofore known.
I see that President Obama has filed as a candidate for re-election in 2012. I had suggested that he get to work early on his presidential library and forgo the race, but he is insistent. Well, I tried.
History writer William Hogeland here offers us the feel of being inside the bare-knuckled struggle that took place in Philadelphia in the supercharged nine weeks that led up to the issuance of the Declaration of Independence 234 years ago this month.