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Francois Mitterand

May 10, 1981 – France Has A New President – Florida Has A New Sinkhole

May 10, 1981 – CBS News On The Hour – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – May 10, 1981 – Big news from France this day. As polls closed and results were being tallied, Socialist candidate for President Francois Mitterrand was emerging the winner. Elected with Communist support, Mitterrand would be...

Arrest - Search and Seizure - 1956

1956 Looks At The Fourth Amendment – Past Daily Reference Room

The Fourth Amendment – The American Forum Of The Air – April 15, 1956 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – The Fourth Amendment – in case you forgot: The Fourth Amendment (Amendment IV) to the United States Constitution is part of the Bill of Rights that prohibits unreasonable searches and...

Adlai Stevenson - Addresses Florida DNC - March 6, 1954

March 6, 1954 – Adlai Stevenson: “We Are Witnessing The Bitter Harvest From The Seeds Of Slander, Defamation And Disunion, Planted In The Soil Of Our Democracy”

Adlai Stevenson – Address To Florida Democratic National Committee Dinner – March 6, 1954 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – It seems ironic in some ways and prophetic in others to listen to this address from Former Illinois Governor and two-time Presidential Candidate Adlai Stevenson, on this day in 1954....

Coal Miners on Strike - 1978

February 21, 1978 – Nationwide Coal Strike And Shuttle-Style Negotiations

February 21, 1978 – The World Tonight – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – February 21, 1978 – Another strike, another shutdown. This time, the Coal Miners. Beginning in December of 1977 and with seemingly no end in sight, President Carter went to Capitol Hill and met with Congressional leaders in...

Gen. Zia - Huang Hua

February 2, 1980 – A War Of Vital Interests – Ultimately, Oil.

February 2, 1980 – CBS World News Roundup – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – February 2, 1980 – In the midst of the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan, the turn of events in Iran and the taking of 52 American Embassy employees hostage, it was a day of fast moving news....

Washington Press Corps - 1975

Assessing The Washington Press Corps – 1975 – Past Daily Reference Room

NPR – National Town Meeting – Appraising The Washington Press Corps – Sept. 17, 1975 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – The Washington Press Corps; that group of members of the Radio-Television-Print Media whose main job it is to cover the goings on in The White House and on Capitol...

E. Howard Hunt

January 10, 1973 – Mr. Hunt Pleads Guilty

January 10, 1973 – NBC News – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – January 10, 1973 – The Watergate bugging case resurfaced this day with a surprise. E. Howard Hunt, former employee of the White House, pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy, burglary and eavesdropping. The government said it was willing...

Spiro Agnew 1973

September 29, 1973 – Agnew: “I Will Not Resign If Indicted, I Will NOT Resign!”

September 29, 1973 – CBS Radio: The Washington Week – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – September 29, 1973 – Not enough we had Nixon and Watergate to weather through, we now had a scandal involving vice-President Spiro Agnew, which was not going to go away anytime soon. Seems the issue...