1. Thousands of Books

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    A Six Word Story music: "5 to 1" by The Doors contains excerpts from speeches by Dwight Eisenhower, FDR, Malcolm X, and MLK, Jr. http://jongenius.tumblr.com/#501493290

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    • The 8th Wonder of the World

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      • JFK Comments on Barry Goldwater to the Press (1963)

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        President John F. Kennedy answers a question about Barry Goldwater at a 1963 press conference.

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        • Interview with Mary Eisenhower, granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower

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          During the American Airlines Skyball gala to honor America's service members and veteran's, Homefront Heroes interviewed Mary Eisenhower, granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The setting was unique because it was done in front of a vintage B-25 bomber which played a major role in WW II where her grandfather was the Supreme Allied Commander. In her interview, Mary shares her recent experiences with wounded warriors and talks about her visit to Iraq to visit those serving. Currently, Mary is the CEO of People to People International. An organization established by her grandfather focused on improving understanding between countries through education and cultural exchanges.

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          • Documentary: Uninterrupted Wars: The 53 Coup

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            In August 1953 the head of democratically elected government of Iran, Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddegh, was overthrown by a coup orchestrated by the United Kingdom and the United States. In the former it was done under the name of "Operation Boot" and in the latter "TPAJAX Project" AKA "Operation Ajax". From then on and since Eisenhower's administration, coups became an inseparable part of America's foreign policy. In "Uninterrupted Wars; the 53 Coup" Malcolm Burn, Deputy Director of National Security Archive gives a detailed account of both internal and external players, the reasons and the results of the coup; a turning point in which democracy and the will of people were trampled for the sake of the recronation of a biddable king and the ouster of a public figure who had recently nationalized Iranian oil industry. The film goes on to show how this incident has been significant in shaping today's ties between Iran and the USA even after six decades. PRESS TV Documentaries

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            • An Evening With David and Julie Nixon Eisenhower

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              The authors talk about their newest best-selling book, "Going Home to Glory: A Memoir of Life with Dwight D. Eisenhower 1961-1969," in which they deliver a warm and personal recollection of the retirement years of David Eisenhower's grandfather, Dwight D. Eisenhower. You will also learn how Julie and David met, and how Ike once fired David from a summer job!

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              • War is Complex

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                ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: February 2011 On January 17th, 1961, Dwight D. Eisenhower delivered his now infamous presidential farewell address where he warned America of its newfound Military-Industrial Complex. Now, 50 years after his speech, the message is still relevant as the United States spends over a billion dollars on war each week. Ithaca College's Buzzsaw Magazine proudly presents The Militarization Issue... www.buzzsawmag.org

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                • Veritas Radio - Michael Salla, Ph.D. | Kennedy's Last Stand | Part 1 of 2

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                  http://www.VeritasRadio.com *** Please LIKE / Comment / Subscribe to This Channel! **** This is Segment 1 of 2. Segment 1 is being provided as a courtesy of VERITAS Radio. To listen to Segment 2 of this exclusive interview, subscribe at http://www.veritasradio.com to watch the rest. Veritas is censorship- and commercial-free and survives on your voluntary subscriptions. Thank you for supporting our work. ~Mel Fabregas S y n o p s i s Michael Salla, Ph.D. | Kennedy's Last Stand: Eisenhower, UFOs, MJ-12 & JFK's Assassination | Part 1 of 2 Just before beginning his first term on January 20, 1993, President-Elect Clinton made a very strange request to close family friend and lawyer Webster Hubbell: "If I put you over there in justice I want you to find the answer to two questions for me: One, who killed JFK. And two, are there UFOs." According to Hubbell, "Clinton was dead serious." The key to unlocking the mystery of President Kennedy's assassination and a possible UFO connection lie in events that occurred 18 years earlier in post-war Germany. In 1945 John F. Kennedy was a guest of Navy Secretary James Forrestal, where he personally witnessed technological secrets that have still not been disclosed to the world. These secrets stemmed from extraterrestrial technologies that Nazi Germany had acquired and were attempting to use in their weapons programs. In searching for answers to who killed President Kennedy we need to start with the death of his mentor, James Forrestal in 1949. Forrestal became the first Secretary of Defense in 1947, a position he held until March, 1949. Forrestal was a visionary who thought Americans had a right to know about the existence of extraterrestrial life and technologies. Forrestal was sacked by President Truman because he was revealing the truth to various officials, including Kennedy who was a Congressman at the time. Forrestal's ideals and vision inspired Kennedy, and laid the seed for what would happen 12 years later. After winning the 1960 Presidential election, Kennedy learned a shocking truth from President Eisenhower. The control group set up to run highly classified extraterrestrial technologies, the Majestic-12 Group, had become a rogue government agency. Eisenhower warned Kennedy that MJ-12 had to be reined in. It posed a direct threat to American liberties and democratic processes. Kennedy followed Eisenhower's advice, and set out to realize James Forrestal's vision. The same forces that orchestrated Forrestal's death, opposed Kennedy's efforts at every turn. When Kennedy was on the verge of succeeding, by forcing the CIA to share classified UFO information with other government agencies on November 12, 1963, he was assassinated ten days later. Kennedy's Last Stand is the story of how an American President tried to realize his friend and mentor's vision of a world where humanity openly knows about extraterrestrial life; and of the government officials responsible for denying that vision.

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                  • An Evening With David and Julie Nixon Eisenhower

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                    The authors talk about their newest best-selling book, "Going Home to Glory: A Memoir of Life with Dwight D. Eisenhower 1961-1969," in which they deliver a warm and personal recollection of the retirement years of David Eisenhower's grandfather, Dwight D. Eisenhower. You will also learn how Julie and David met, and how Ike once fired David from a summer job!

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                    • Emma Petersky & Adam Cordova -- Moon Man

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                      Title of performance: "Moon Man" Video recorded in Studio 1, Hampshire College Arts Barn 12/11/14 Researched, written, performed and collaged by Emma Petersky for Multimedia Crossings course Source materials: "Knowledge and the Structure of Culture," lecture at Vassar College written by Robert Oppenheimer, 1958, Photographs from book: The Presidents of the United States of America, 1964, Photographs from book: Exploring the Moon through Binoculars, 1969. Song: "Emma Oppenheimer", Produced by Adam Cordova, Seattle Central College emmapetersky.com soundcloud.com/ahdamncordova

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