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Feb 23, 2017 6:13am EST
their positions, george washington, franklin roosevelt and theodore roosevelt. dwight eisenhower who served in the oval office of 1953-1961 makes his first appearance in the c-span top five this year. rounding out the historians top 10 choices, harry truman, thomas jefferson, john f. kennedy and ronald reagan. lyndon johnson jumps up one spot to return to the top 10. but pd pennsylvania's james buchanan, he is ranked dead last in all three c-span surveys. there's bad news for andrew jackson as well. our seventh president found his overall rating dropping from number 13 to number 18. but the survey had good news for outgoing president barack obama. on his first time on the list, historians placed him at number 12 overall. and george w. bush moved three spots on the scale to 33 overall with big gains in public persuasion and relations with congress. how did our historians rate your favorite president? who are the leaders and the losers in each of the 10 categories? you can find all this and more on our website at c-span.org. >> now look at america's opioid epidemic in a panel hosted by
CSPAN
Feb 18, 2017 8:00pm EST
. gettersher top vote continue to hold their positions, george washington, franklin roosevelt, and theodore roosevelt. eisenhower, who served in the oval office from 1953 to 1961 comics his first appearance at c-span top-five. the historian's top 10 choices, harry truman, thomas jefferson, john f. kennedy, and ronald reagan. one spothnson jumps up this year to return to the top 10. ranked deadan is last in all three surveys. there is bad news rancher jackson, as well. our seventh president found his overall rating dropping this year from number 13 to number 18. the survey had good news for outgoing president barack obama. on his first time on the list, historians placed him at number 12 overall. george w. bush moves three spots up on the scale to 33 overall, with big gains in public persuasion and relations with congress. how did our historians rate your favorite president? leaders and losers in each category? you can find this and more on our website, c-span.org. announcer: join us tomorrow on "washington journal" as c-span'ss talk about 2017 presidential historian survey. that segment is
CSPAN
Feb 20, 2017 10:04am EST
, historians placed him at number 12 overall. george w. bush moved three spots up to 33 overall with big gains in public persuasion and relations with congress. how did our historians rate your favorite president? who are the winners and losers of each categories? you can find all this and more on our website, c-span.org. >> live coverage from london on the debate in the house of commons about whether or not to withdraw an invitation to president trump for a state visit will start at 11:30 a.m. eastern time. first, especially at russia and cyber security with david singer of "the new york times," a national intelligence officer, the author ofan, a new book on cyber security. >> happy new year. welcome ladies and gentlemen to the center. it is a wonderful evening in cambridge, massachusetts. we have c-span with us today and a good twitter presence as well. for those of you not in the room, it is very sunny, very warm outside. ,lease visit cambridge anytime especially our cyber security project. it is a wonderful panel we have today. first, our colleague ben buchanan, david sanger, and fio
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Feb 21, 2017 5:34pm EST
barack obama. his first time on the list, he was placed at number 12 overall. george w. bush moved three spots up to 33 overall with big gains in public persuasion and relations with congress. how did our historians rank your favorite president? who are the winners and losers in each of the 10 categories? you can find all of this and more on our website. next on c-span, a conversation on russian hacking. we will hear from a new york times reporter, a national intelligence officer and the author of a new book on cyber security. this is 90 minutes. >> the ball has dropped. happy and welcome ladies and center.n to the belford it is a wonderful evening in cambridge, massachusetts. we have c-span with us today and a good twitter presence as well. for those of you not in the room, it is very sunny, very warm outside. please visit cambridge anytime, especially our cyber security project. it is a wonderful panel we have today. first, our colleague ben buchanan, a post doctoral fellow here. david singer, a senior fellow and new york times security correspondent. fiona hill joins us from washingto
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