Synopsis by Elizabeth Smith
Students of politics and historywill enjoy watching this historical review of the major events that affected the Democratic Party and the rest of America between 1960 and 1992. The charisma and drive of President John F. Kennedy and the cultural advances made possible by President Lyndon B. Johnson's "Great Society" legislation are recalled. Revisits the accomplishments and sad failures of the late President Richard M. Nixon. Many of the century's most intriguing political campaigns are analyzed. Hosts Ben Wattenberg and David Gergen provide their reflections on the presidency of Jimmy Carter, the Clinton campaign and many other issues.
administrator, conservative, Democratic-Party, politician, President