JFK

JFK

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DVD - 2013
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This film explores Kennedy's childhood years as the privileged but sickly son of one of the wealthiest men in America, his early political career as a lackluster congressman, his successful run for the U.S. Senate, and the game-changing presidential campaign that made him the youngest elected president in U.S. history.
Publisher: [United States] : PBS, [2013]
ISBN: 9781608839650
1608839656
Branch Call Number: 9.21 Kenne
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (240 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in

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StarGladiator
Sep 30, 2014

Further adventures in massive revisionism from the Koch-financed bunch, PBS. Remind me again, please, why Bill Moyers cannot interview properly, but will always be popular with the easily duped? Suggest Prof. Donald Gibson's book, Battling Wall Street: the Kennedy presidency. Also, Rockefellerocracy, by Richard James Desocio. What was amazing was not only how much was accomplished by the Kennedy Administration in the short period of his presidency, but the long lasting effects of some of the programs created: the Internet and the NASA space program. [Care to list all the technological achievements and tangential improvements from these two items?] Rated this revision an atrocity! [Executive order to ban any and all segregation in federally-financed housing, integrated University of Mississippi, integrated US Secret Service, pressured for integration of Washington Redskins football team, and set the tone for further integration, created the Alliance for Progress - - thoroughly compromised after JFK's assassination, but meant to push for land reform throughout Latin America, stood up to GE and US Steel, backing the rights of the workers, created the Navy SEALS, not to overthrow democratically elected governments, but aid insurgents who were working to install democracy, went after offshored money of the super-rich, to force rightful taxes to be paid, et cetera, et cetera, plus laid the groundwork legislation for Johnson to enact, but most of all, saved us from nuclear war!] Further reading suggested: JFK and the Africans by Philip E. Muehlenbeck, Showdown by Thomas G. Smith, The Echo From Dealey Plaza, by Abraham Bolden.

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Sep 28, 2014

Further adventures in massive revisionism from the Koch-financed bunch, PBS. Remind me again, please, why Bill Moyers cannot interview properly, but will always be popular with the easily duped? Suggest Prof. Donald Gibson's book, Battling Wall Street: the Kennedy presidency. Also, Rockefellerocracy, by Richard James Desocio. What was amazing was not only how much was accomplished by the Kennedy Administration in the short period of his presidency, but the long lasting effects of some of the programs created: the Internet and the NASA space program. [Care to list all the technological achievements and tangential improvements from these two items?] Rated this revision an atrocity! [Executive order to ban any and all segregation in federally-financed housing, integrated University of Mississippi, and set the tone for further integration, created the Alliance for Progress - - thoroughly compromised after JFK's assassination, but meant to push for land reform throughout Latin America, stood up to GE and US Steel, backing the rights of the workers, created the Navy SEALS, not to overthrow democratically elected governments, but aid insurgents who were working to install democracy, went after offshored money of the super-rich, to force rightful taxes to be paid, et cetera, et cetera, plus laid the groundwork legislation for Johnson to enact, but most of all, saved us from nuclear war!] Further reading suggested: JFK and the Africans by Philip E. Muehlenbeck, Showdown by Thomas G. Smith, The Echo From Dealey Plaza, by Abraham Bolden.

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