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Weegee's October Surprise

Weegee (1899-1968), , ca. 1968 (12602.1993)

Published together for the first time in almost 50 years.
Published for the first time on the Internet. 244 more words

Fans In A Flashbulb

Bobby: a book review

Amidst the anguish of having to choose between two seventy year old presidential candidates neither of whom is attractive to many voters, the publication of a new biography of Bobby Kennedy by Larry Tye recalls a time when… 374 more words

When I Was Ten

I was already wondering

why do we live the way we do

in a society where everyone,

anyone we encounter,

will have needs,

will want to feel the value… 265 more words


Great men of the sixties...and Rush Limbaugh

Could not suck enough image out of the black and white TV in the sixties..how could a twelve year old kid be so obsessed?

People of power actually began and ended with JFK, he of the incredible good looks, enormous sexual appetites, and fabulous sense of humor. 473 more words


The decade of the Sixties evolved from the Camelot of the Kennedy administration to the emergence of Bobby Kennedy as the likely Democratic nominee for President in 1968. 842 more words


The Bob Beamon Moment

On the afternoon of October 18th 1968, in Mexico City our world was about to witness the “historic moment” of sports history.

The world was bubbling and very revolutionary then. 688 more words


Robert Kennedy - the mindless menace of violence (speech)

Just over 7 years ago, in early 2009, I bought a CD of some of Robert Kennedy’s greatest speeches. Whilst his brother John F. Kennedy gave some memorable speeches, for me Bobby Kennedy possibly surpassed JFK with his eloquence. 1,021 more words