“Meet the Press really is a national treasure.”
This enhanced eBook is the second volume commemorating the 65th anniversary of Meet the Press as seen through the lens of this groundbreaking program. The various guests that appeared for more than six decades included all walks of political life, U.S. presidents, international prime ministers and premiers, poets, scientists, legendary sports figures, entertainers, and much more.
In recognition of this anniversary,Meet the Press and NBC News opened its vast archives of videos, photos, and other memorabilia to present a compelling retrospective that should be required reading for anyone interested in the people and events that have shaped the political and cultural landscape from the late 1940s to the present.
Meet the Press: 65 Years of History In the Making, Volume Two features such diverse personalities as Herbert Hoover, Lyndon Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, Geraldine Ferraro, Ross Perot, Bill Clinton, John McCain, Joe Biden, Robert Oppenheimer, Billy Graham, Jimmy Hoffa, Gloria Steinem, Carl Sagan, Yogi Berra, John Glenn, Bono, Lance Armstrong, Stephen Colbert, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Rudy Giuliani, Condoleezza Rice, and many others.
This interactive companion also features a video introduction by David Gregory, moderator of Meet the Press, as well as a behind-the-scenes tour of the MTP Studio, photo slide-shows, and a reflection on working with Tim Russert by Executive Producer Betsy Fischer Martin.
It's no wonder Meet the Press is the longest running program in television history, breaking headlines around the world week after week. After 65 years of hard-hitting journalism, MTP has made an unequaled contribution to the global conversation and this free, interactive, special anniversary edition reveals why...If it's Sunday, it's Meet the Press!
Also Available: Meet the Press: Volume 1
About Terry Golway
Terry Golway is the director of the Kean University Center for History, Politics, and Policy. He is a former member of the New York Times editorial board and former city editor of the New York Observer. He holds a Ph.D. in U.S. History from Rutgers University.
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