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C-SPAN series on Presidential Libraries

Presidential Libraries: History Uncovered began this week. It is broadcast at 8PM Eastern Time on C-SPAN, and on C-SPAN Radio Saturdays at 3pm ET The series offers what presidential historian Richard Norton Smith predicts will be "a kind of history that people don’t get out of their textbooks." The series covers Herbert Hoover to Bill Clinton.  The first show (September 7 on TV, and September 8 on radio) was on Hoover. More material is online at the above link.

More about the series here:

C-SPAN Libraries series opens door to presidential history, by Jeannie Kever, Houston Chronicle Sept. 6, 2007.


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