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Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9 (some duplicates have been removed)
CSPAN
Oct 15, 2015 1:20am EDT
president george h.w. bush. in 2013, he was back for a talk about first lady betty ford. and last year, almost to the day of the 40th anniversary of richard nixon's resignation, bob appeared to give a presentation about the administration of gerald ford. these three programs, part of our hail to the chiefs and beyond the gown series, were held in conjunction with our good friends at the truman library institute. but of course, we have another presidential library in the neighborhood, more or less, just down i-70 in abilene, kansas. and this year, which happens to be the 125th anniversary year of eisenhower's birth, we've launched a series with the dwight eisenhower presidential library museum and boyhood home to examine the eisenhower era, thanks to the tremendous support from the w.t. kemper foundation, commerce bank trustee. tonight, which marks the mid point of that series, there's a brochure out there in the corridor if you want to see the other two. bob greene, the library's good friend and someone who's become my good friend over the last four years, is back. he's back to give us
CSPAN
Aug 9, 2016 10:21pm EDT
a reference that criticized mccarthy for criticizing general george marshall. calling him a dupe of communists. eisenhower either took it out himself or had somebody take it out. it's a little fuzzy there. some say he waffled. but maybe, just maybe, this is the beginning of what fred greenstein called the hidden hand presidency. eisenhower doing things behind the scenes. maybe this was the beginning of what eisenhower thought would be a mob with mccarthy. always hoped he could work with mccarthy. also hoped mccarthy would blow away, and he didn't, and he used richard nixon to help bring him down. but what does this say about the future president of the united states? and no one speech changes a campaign. october 16th in hartford, eisenhower says, i shall go to korea. the impact of that has been way overdone. the campaign is over by that point. the stories of steven gaining a little after that are way exaggerated. he went from 44 points down in the polls to 45. they were both struggling with how to deal with the korean war in the campaign in ways that are almost eerily like the way t
CSPAN
Sep 27, 2015 4:45pm EDT
spoke on president george h w bush. in 2013 he was back for a talk about first lady betty ford. to the day ofost the 40th anniversary of richard , bob wasesignation here to give a presentation about the administration of gerald ford. these three programs, part of our beyond the gamut series were held in conjunction with our good friend at the truman library institute. but of course, we have another presidential library in the neighborhood, more or less just down i-70 in abilene, kansas. this year, which happens to be 125th anniversary year of eisenhower's birth, we have launched a series with the dwight eisenhower presidential library museum and boyhood home to examine the eisenhower era. thanks to the tremendous support from the foundation, commerzbank trustees. tonight, which marks the , bobint of that series greene, the library's good friend and someone who is become my good friend over the last four years is back. he's back to give us a review of presidential election pitting republican party nominee eisenhower against democratic candidate idly stephenson. it's no exaggeration
CSPAN
Sep 26, 2015 10:51pm EDT
appearances at the kansas city public library. in 2012, he spoke about president george h.w. bush. in 2013, he spoke about betty ford. last year, on the 40th anniversary of richard nixon's resignation, bob was here to give a presentation about the administration of gerald ford. held three programs were in conjunction with our good libraryat the institute. we have another presidential library in the neighborhood in abilene, kansas. this year, which happens to be the 125th anniversary of eisenhower's birth, we have launched a series to examine the eisenhower era. thanks to the tremendous support from the foundation and commerce bank trustee. tonight, which marks the midpoint of that series -- there is a brochure in the corridor. bob greene, and someone who has become my good friend, is back. a review of the 19th 52 -- 1952 presidential election. it is no exaggeration to say that this talk has been in the making for more than 35 years. doctoral his dissertation, which was shortly published thereafter as his first book. a seriously revised version of the first book, the dissertation o
Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9 (some duplicates have been removed)