His accomplishments will unfortunately be overshadowed by his fatal mistakes in Vietnam.
His race against Grant for the presidency cost him his
reputation and, maybe, his life.
The former dressmaker now fashions herself a revolutionary.
The author of Ten Days That Shook the World was one of the
greatest journalists of his day or any day.
The secretary of state's political views are rooted in his religion. Tell that to the leaders of his faith.
The man who reported on the Third Reich for CBS finds
some disturbing parallels between the Nixon administration and the Nazi government.
The great portrait painter and inventor who will forever be memorialized in a series of dots and dashes.
The head of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters takes on FDR.
In 1909, when the founders of the NAACP needed help organizing their new civil rights group, they reached out to Oswald Garrison Villard, The Nation's future editor and owner.
She was a fanatic but "a good fanatic" in the fight for women's freedom.