In 1976, I was a thirteen year old kid with a keen interest in history, and I tuned into CBS at 7pm whenever I could to catch the "Bicentennial Minute." They were mostly narrated by Roger Mudd, if memory serves me right. I loved it!
Now, to be a bit facetious: They couldn't do these today, simply because our unfortunate obsession with "Political Correctness" would require a diverse, multi-ethnic, gender-neutral, all-inclusive presentation which would last about two hours, so that every facet of early American humanity gets a nod.
On the "Bicentennial Minute;" All those old white men just got too much credit for founding our Nation.
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