Richard Moe

Richard Moe

Richard Moe is the President of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Previously, he served as Chief of Staff to Vice President Walter Mondale and was a partner with the law firm Davis, Polk, and Wardwell. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Richard Moe has 37 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1989 Roundtable. The year with the most videos was 1998 with four videos as a President. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2015 with an average of 632 views per program. Most appearances with Walter F. Mondale (5), Hillary Clinton (4), Lawrence "Larry" R. Jacobs (3). Most common tags: U.S. History, Vice Presidency, Culture.

Appearances by Title:c. June 21, 1994 - Present President, National Trust for Historic Preservation Videos: 22


Chief of Staff, Office of the Vice President, White House c. January 20, 1977 - c. January 20, 1981 Videos: 15

Recent Appearances

  • Evolution of the Vice Presidency

    Evolution of the Vice Presidency

    Vice President Joe Biden spoke about the legacy of former Vice President Walter Mondale. Vice President Biden shared details about his relationship with…

  • Tribute to Walter Mondale

    Tribute to Walter Mondale

    The University of Minnesota Humphrey School of Public Affairs hosted a tribute to former Vice President and U.S. Senator Walter Mondale.…

  • Walter Mondale Legacy, Introduction

    Walter Mondale Legacy, Introduction

    Opening remarks wee made for the forum, “Walter Mondale: Living Legacy,” held in George Washington University’s Jack Morton…

  • <em>Roosevelt's Second Act</em>

    Roosevelt's Second Act

    Richard Moe spoke about his book, Roosevelt’s Second Act: The Election of 1940 and the Politics of War, in which he recounts…

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