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In 1952 It Seemed Like Everyone ‘Liked Ike’

Dwight Eisenhower was America's most beloved hero in the years following World War II.

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JFK Delivers One Of The Most Famous Sentences In United States History

There are words, sentences, lines that ring through the history of the United States.

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The Most Famous Interview In History: David Frost, Richard Nixon

The Watergate scandal is the most famous political scandal in the history of the United States.

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Walter Cronkite’s First CBS Evening News Broadcast

Walter Cronkite was America's Newsman and was on the CBS Evening News forever. But it had to start somewhere.

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40 Years Ago: Patty Hearst Kidnapped

It happened February 4, 1974.

Newspaper Heiress Patricia Hearst, 19, was kidnapped by a group calling themselves 'The Symbionese Liberation Army'.

As the story unfolded, it got very bizarre, as told in the video below.

Hearst's sentence was eventual

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President Nixon Announces He’s Going To China

In 1972 the United States knew very little about the country of China.  In face. most of the rest of the world didn't know much about China either.

But President Richard Nixon wanted to 'open up' China, and in this video clip he announces to the nation (and the world) that he'll be visiting Peking and will be holding talks with Chou En Lai and Mao Tse Tung, China's leaders.

The ramifications of relations with China since that trip in 197

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Six Of The Most Famous Words Of The 20th Century

On June 12, 1987 President Ronald Reagan spoke six words that resonated around the world.

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The Wounded Knee Occupation Began in February, 1973

The occupation of Wounded Knee, South Dakota in 1973 made headlines around the world.

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October 17, 1987: The Rescue Of Baby Jessica

She was the most famous 18-month-old in the world. Baby Jessica McClure was trapped in a well. On October 17, 1987, we all watched the rescue.

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It’s 1962 And John Glenn Is Ready To Launch

'Godspeed, John Glenn'.

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