IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY–NOVEMBER 5, 1968 –RICHARD MILHOUS NIXON ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

  It was fifty years ago today- Tuesday November 5th- Election Day in the United States. The Republican nominee for President Richard Milhous Nixon was elected President of the United […]

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IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY- OCTOBER 31, 1968 – PRESIDENT JOHNSON ANNOUNCES END OF BOMBING OF NORTH VIETNAM/ HUMPHREY RISING IN THE POLLS

It was fifty years ago today- October 31, 1968- President Lyndon Johnson- in curious timing just 5 days before the Presidential Election- announced that due to progress in the Paris […]

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IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY–SEPTEMBER 30, 1968- DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE HUBERT HUMPHREY COMES OUT AGAINST PRESIDENT JOHNSON’S VIETNAM POLICY

  It was fifty years ago today- September 30, 1968- Vice President- and Democratic Presidential nominee Hubert Humphrey way behind in the polls to Richard Milhous Nixon threw a Hail […]

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IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY- THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION ENDS- HUMPHREY/ MUSKIE IS THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET/ VIOLENCE CONTINUES OUTSIDE

It was fifty years ago today- August 29, 1968- the Democratic National Convention would end- but not before Vice President Hubert Humphrey accepted the nomination, his running mate would be […]

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IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY- AUGUST 28, 1968- SEN. RIBICOFF VS MAYOR DALEY –‘GESTAPO LIKE TACTICS”

When U.S. Senator Abraham Ribicoff of Connecticut gave his nominating speech for George McGovern on the convention floor- August 28, 1968- he gave Mayor Daley of Chicago the business. The […]

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