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Nixon, the ‘Indispensible Man’

February 1, 2010 |  8:00 am


“You Remember Her?”

Feb. 1, 1960, Republicans 

Feb. 1, 1960, Nixon 

NBC Opera Company

NBC used to have an opera company. Amazing, no? Although I can’t say I’ve ever heard of Virginia Copeland (Gordoni), David Poleri or Chester Ludgin.

Feb. 1, 1960, Goliath

Goliath and the Barbarians” in Colorscope! 

Feb. 1, 1960, Sports

Paul Zimmerman takes a look at “Hot Rod” Hundley of the Lakers and Guy Rodgers of the Philadelphia Warriors.

Feb. 1, 1960: Republican National Chairman Sen. Thruston B. Morton (R-Ky.) comments on the results of a Gallup poll showing that the party was losing strength. He talks about the effect of Vice President Richard Nixon being unchallenged as GOP nominee and praises President Eisenhower, while saying Eisenhower has "concentrated more on running the country than on building the party. Morton also notes: "Complacency has been our serious weakness."