An in-depth look into Martin Luther King Jr. and his courageous efforts to lead the civil rights movement is explored through interviews and film clips. Freedom Riders, the March on Washington, and ...
A documentary series focusing on the ongoing Vietnam War, the Watergate scandal, evolving music industry, the Iran Hostage Crisis, the sexual revolution, and the rise of foreign and domestic terrorism.
Utilizing archival footage punctuated by contemporary interviews with comedy legends and scholars, this is the history of not only what makes us laugh, but how comedy has affected the social and political landscape throughout history.
Robert B. Weide,
It was fun to see a lot of the TV footage I saw on TV as a kid back in 60s.
However, after watching 2 episodes I was quickly disappointed in the content. The series supports the notion of Oswald being a lone gun man of the JFK assassination. No mention of the Church Committee findings that the assassination involved more than one shooter.
It has been completely proved that the Zapuder film was edited before it was released to the public.
Oswald & Jack Ruby had clear connections of working for the CIA.
Vincent Bugliosi makes it obvious. That he is a liar along with Dan Rather and Walter Cronkite. We have several high level government officials lying about the events on the day of the assassination.
Spending much time on calling anyone not supporting the official propaganda conspiracy theorist trying to make money off the event.
Anyone who has spend time researching the published literature such as Assassination Science by Dr James Fetzer. Can clearly see that the official story of the assassination is a fairy tale.
This series is just more social engineering/propaganda to support the establishment view of history of which the majority is based on lies.
I for myself am sick of living lies. I will not be able to watch any more of this propaganda BS.
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