Jack Bohrer

@JRBoh

Historian writing a book on Robert Kennedy (@BloomsburyPress 2015). Producer at @upwithsteve. Opinions are mine.

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The Oval Office, the day after Franklin Delano Roosevelt died, 1945. Excellently cluttered desk.

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Jimmy Carter editorial cartoon the day after the 1976 New Hampshire primary.

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Mitch McConnell watching Senator Thruston Morton deliver a speech, circa 1963. attn:

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Barry Goldwater and Mitch McConnell, circa 1963, via .

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Also: Bill Moyers doing The Frug... but seriously Luci's got MOVES. Think I'm in love.

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Lyndon Johnson yawns at the University of Texas commencement. Front page news, 1964.

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1970 Newsweek cover after the Senate rejected two Nixon Supreme Court nominees.

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The response to George Bush claiming Clinton was backed by "every lawyer that ever wore a tasseled loafer."

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In which Robert Kennedy and an FBI agent let three-and-a-half year-old John John fire a revolver.

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Between 1912 and 1916, Woodrow Wilson won in 43 of the 48 states.

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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.

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1964 editorial cartoon on Goldwater in the Baltimore Afro-American.

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Eleanor Roosevelt taking speech lessons, 1939.

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This little girl gave RFK a flower. He asked how old she was. 1964.

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George P. and Jeb ballin' with the Huffy backboard.

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Newsweek's 1983 "GAY AMERICA" cover.

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'Twas ever thus, William F. Buckley Jr. edition.

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Et tu, New York Times?

Ethel Kennedy, with JFK during the 1952 campaign, is 85 today.

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