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Larry Harnisch reflects on Los Angeles history

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March 13, 1958


Above, what has to be the quote of the day: "Two things are at stake for America in the Middle East ... Arab oil and Arab friendship. Both depend upon understanding. You can afford to lose the oil. You cannot afford to lose the friendship." Below, the Senate approves a measure to stimulate the economy by creating jobs ... A woman in the audience is so overcome by a Broadway performance of the play "Look Back in Anger" that she walks onstage and slaps actor Kenneth Haigh ... And the Emmy nominees are announced.


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