by Justin P. Coffey
Irwin Gellman's latest volume in his political history of Nixon argues the 1960 election returns in Illinois and Texas were rigged for Kennedy. A reviewer finds the case is intriguing but falls short of solid proof, though it does resonate with charges of stolen elections and media favoritism that are all too familiar today.
SOURCE: Chicago Sun-Times
If only Richard Nixon had Listened to Jackie Robinson — The GOP Might be Doing Better than Trump Today
by Paul Kendrick and Stephen Kendrick
Despite Jackie Robinson's intercession, Richard Nixon's moment of indecision in 1960 allowed Jack Kennedy to connect his campaign with the cause of Martin Luther King and civil rights.
by David Stebenne
November 8, 2010 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the presidential election of 1960, which still very much interests those who care about disputed elections.
by James L. Baughman
Probably not, but they have been election rituals ever since.
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