Richard N. Goodwin
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Richard N. Goodwin

Richard Naradof Goodwin is a Jewish American writer who was as an advisor and speechwriter to Presidents Kennedy and Johnson and to Senator Robert F. Kennedy. Wikipedia*

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Richard N. Goodwin has seven videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1988 Forum. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1997 with an average of 98 views per program as a Special Assistant for the White House. Most appearances with R. Harrison Hickman (2), Robert H. Finch (2), Jeff Greenfield (2). Most common tags: Media, Washington Politics.

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 1950 - Present Investigator, Quiz Show Investigation, Congress Videos: 0

Previously

Speech Writer, Kennedy Presidential Campaign c. January 1, 1959 - c. November 2, 1960 Videos: 6 Special Assistant, White House c. January 20, 1961 - c. January 1, 1965 Videos: 1

Recent Appearances

  • State of the Union Preview

    State of the Union Preview

    Former speech writers talked about the art of presidential speech writing, the state of the union address, and what to…

  • Making History through Speechwriting

    Making History through Speechwriting

    Mr. Goodwin, a speechwriter for Presidents Kennedy and Johnson, spoke about making history through speechwriting. He talked…

  • General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

    General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

    Senator Brown responded to questions on the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), an international trade agreement,…

  • A Call for a New America

    A Call for a New America

    Author and Columnist Richard Goodwin spoke on political change in the U.S. in a forum sponsored by WomenFor:. Mr. Goodwin recalled…

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