The Saturday Evening Post staff brings you our favorite stories from the week.
Is Public Opinion Polling Accurate? A Look at Gallup, Then and Now: Are the numbers for presidential approval ratings and other public opinion polls even remotely accurate? We take a look a Gallup’s polling methods 80 years ago and today.
The Woman Who Cleaned Up America’s Dirty Work: Amongst a league of Chicago social reformers, Alice Hamilton spoke out against the silent killers in American industry.
The History of Broadcast Television: You watch it all the time, but do you know how it started? This week we take a look at the little known origin and history behind broadcast television.
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