Biographer Arnold Offner calls attention to a lie that President Lyndon B. Johnson told his vice president.
On the evening of this date in 1968, President Johnson announced he would not seek reelection.
With another presidential election campaign now under way, Sherman’s account of 1968’s Humphrey-McCarthy nomination battles delivers a contemporary message.
Minnesota DFLers remained the party’s Jefferson-Jackson event years ago.
Humphrey and Sen. Everett Dirksen circumvented the Judiciary Committee and crafted the Senate compromise bill quietly behind the scenes.
The Nicollet Mall statue of Mary Richards is a perfect 10 on the MTM art accessibility scale. For Hubert Humphrey’s likenesses, you have to look around a bit.
We could have regular analyses of where Minnesota’s economy has been and where it is going, all in one handy package.
There is a lot to see around Minnehaha Falls, both natural and man-made.