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Newstalgia Reference Room - An LBJ Press Conference - June 1, 1965
Newstalgia Reference Room featuring an LBJ Press Conference, delivered on June 1, 1965. Read more...
Newstalgia Reference Room - A Nicholas Katzenbach Press Conference - May 18, 1965.
Newstalgia Reference Room with Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach regarding drafting of the Civil Rights Voting Bill, the violence in Selma Alabama and the Selma to Montgomery Alabama march. Read more...
Weekend Talkshows Past - From The Capitol - January 21, 1964
Weekend Talkshows Past - ABC Radio's From The Capitol for January 21, 1964 - interviewed is New York Congressman Jacob Javits regarding the crisis in the Panama Canal Zone and its implications for our Foreign Policy in Latin America. Also featured is ABC Hourly News for January 21st and reports on the upcoming Primaries and the Presidential race for 1964. Read more...
Earl Warren-1952: Calls Out Right Wing Extremists
(California Governor Earl Warren - Warnings of the Right Wing Fringe in The Republican Party in 1952) Before he was Supreme Court Justice, Earl Warren was three-time Governor of California and an unsuccessful candidate for the Presidency in Read more...
Weekend Talk Shows Past: Issues And Answers - The John Birch Society - 1964
(John Rousselot of the John Birch Society - under every dashboard, at least one Communist) Forty-Six years ago the John Birch Society was going full steam, bringing the message of impending doom and Communist domination to the bewildered ears Read more...

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Newstalgia World Watch - Down Under's Weigh-In On The Mosque
(hitting more than casual nerves in New York) [media id=17725] As the "Ground Zero Mosque" controversy continues, even ABC Radio National's Late N Read more...
Newstalgia World Watch - China-U.S. Relations - A Complicated Love Story
(A metaphor) [media id=17713] If all the predictions are true, China will overtake American economy in roughly thirty years. At the rate things ar Read more...
The Summer Of Love Somewhere Else - July 29, 1967
(and if you woke up in Newark this morning in 1967 it would look like this) [media id=17668] In true Dickensian fashion, it was the best of times Read more...
Newstalgia World Week - June 18-July 24, 2010
While the bulk of our mainstream media were infatuated over the presence of fake news taking up valuable time, this week there was real news to be h Read more...
Dying For A Lie: Blowing Whistles In 1966
(Sgt. Donald Duncan - there were signs early on Vietnam wouldn't work) [media id=17519] Sgt. Donald Duncan was the first U.S. soldier decorated wi Read more...