Saturday Evening Post Week in Review | 12-07-2018

Our staff looks at our favorite stories from the past week, remembers President George H.W. Bush and Pearl Harbor, and shares Christmas specials that you might have overlooked.

Post archivist Jeff Nilsson, marketing director Chris Wakefield, and staff writer Troy Brownfield.

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Catch up on the latest at The Saturday Evening Post with our Week in Review. Each week The Saturday Evening Post staff brings you up to date on the latest news from America’s oldest magazine.

This week’s topics include:

Remembering George H.W. Bush
: George H.W. Bush will be remembered most for his Presidential term, but the New England-born aristocrat served in many capacities of federal government before becoming the chief executive.

Pearl Harbor Day: Known as a “date which will live in infamy,” the tragic events at Pearl Harbor hurtled the U.S into World War II. Seventy-seven years later, we remember this flash point in American history.

Ten Overlooked Christmas Specials: Everyone loves watching the Grinch’s evil plotting and Charlie Brown’s sad, sweet tree, but here are a few overlooked Christmas specials that might not be on regular rotation. You’ll find that several feature some of the most popular fictional characters in the world.

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