Post Perspective

The Great Decision: Eisenhower Makes The Call

In 1944, Dwight Eisenhower launched history’s biggest military operation against Nazi Germany. He had planned exhaustively for every contigency, right down to the details, to throw the Germans off-balance and create a foothold in Europe.... More

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Groucho Turns 120

Arthur Marx wrote an 8-part biography of his father, Julius Henry Marx, who bore a strong resemblance to Groucho Marx, born 120 years ago.... More

The Plight of the Censor

Working as a state film censor, Helen Tingley knew the real trouble with movies wasn't immorality. It was the stupidity.... More

Making The Movies Behave

When Hollywood refused to tone down the violence and sex in movies, Americans began censoring them — and learned how difficult the job could be. ... More

Conformity: The Ladies’ Model

Conformity weighed most heavily on women in the late 1950s. The list of social expectations that seemed to grow continually, yet offer no new... More

I Know the Girl in That Photo!

Our attention was brought to an intriguing 1949 article (“They Do Anything to Get Into the U.S.A.”) by an equally intriguing current-day story. A... More

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