Historian writing a book on Robert Kennedy (@BloomsburyPress 2015). Producer at @upwithsteve. Opinions are mine.
The Oval Office, the day after Franklin Delano Roosevelt died, 1945. Excellently cluttered desk.
Jimmy Carter editorial cartoon the day after the 1976 New Hampshire primary.
Mitch McConnell watching Senator Thruston Morton deliver a speech, circa 1963. attn: @jmartpolitico
Barry Goldwater and Mitch McConnell, circa 1963, via @UofLlibraries.
Also: Bill Moyers doing The Frug... but seriously Luci's got MOVES. Think I'm in love.
Lyndon Johnson yawns at the University of Texas commencement. Front page news, 1964.
1970 Newsweek cover after the Senate rejected two Nixon Supreme Court nominees.
The response to George Bush claiming Clinton was backed by "every lawyer that ever wore a tasseled loafer."
In which Robert Kennedy and an FBI agent let three-and-a-half year-old John John fire a revolver.
Between 1912 and 1916, Woodrow Wilson won in 43 of the 48 states.
@robertcostaNRO When I see that phrase, I always think of these comedians at the '64 RNC, strategizing in a closet.
Exploring a 1972 presidential bid, Birch Bayh said he'd appoint a woman to the Supreme Court.
1964 editorial cartoon on Goldwater in the Baltimore Afro-American.
Eleanor Roosevelt taking speech lessons, 1939.
This little girl gave RFK a flower. He asked how old she was. 1964.
George P. and Jeb ballin' with the Huffy backboard.
Newsweek's 1983 "GAY AMERICA" cover.
'Twas ever thus, William F. Buckley Jr. edition.
Et tu, New York Times?
Ethel Kennedy, with JFK during the 1952 campaign, is 85 today.
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