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Scheiber, Noam
November 2000
New Republic;11/13/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 20, p13
Focuses on the career of historian turned political commentator Michael Beschloss in the U.S. Appearance of Beschloss in several politically-themed television programs during election time; Career and educational background; Commendation of the works of Beschloss as historian; Negation of the historian's capability to provide a good reaction to a debate or a speech right after it takes place; Contribution of the physical appearance of Beschloss to his popularity in television; Decline in the number of academic works made by Beschloss.


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