The Newspaper Axis
Author Kathryn Olmsted talked about the American media titans of the pre-World War II years and their influence on public perceptions of… read more
Author Kathryn Olmsted talked about the American media titans of the pre-World War II years and their influence on public perceptions of President Franklin Roosevelt and his policies. The Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York, hosted this event. close
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William Harris Deputy Director Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
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