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Paul Milller Editorials
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    • 1957: It Was Year When... 1958: May Be Even Better

    • 1957: It Was Year When... 1958: May Be Even Better
    • McElroy, Neil H. (Neil Hosler), 1904-1972; Wilson, Charles Erwin, 1890-1961; Anderson, Robert B. (Robert Bernerd), 1910-1989; Humphrey, George M. (George Magoffin), 1890-1970; Cold War (1945-1989); United States. Department of Defense; United...
    • A review of 1957 and a look forward at 1958; Russia has superior rocketry, launches Sputnik; Wall Street slipped alarmingly; Schools need improvement and children need more homework; New men in charge at Defense and Treasury; Congress deals with...
    • 1957-12-28
    • 22 Billion Dollar Mistake By Legislators and Reporters

    • 22 Billion Dollar Mistake By Legislators and Reporters
    • Hoffman, Clare E., 1875-1967; Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969; Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich, 1894-1971; Dulles, John Foster, 1888-1959; Pensions; Budgets; Inflation (Finance); Diplomatic relations; Mediation, International;...
    • Bill passed in senate for veterans' pensions costs 10 billion more dollars, rather than saving 12; Inflation is a major problem for retirees; Negotiations with the Soviets are not going well; the Russians want peace on their terms, want the US out...
    • 1959-06-20
    • 'Level-Headed' Kennedy; Rockefeller Leads the Poll

    • 'Level-Headed' Kennedy; Rockefeller Leads the Poll
    • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963; Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich), 1908-1979; Hall, Leonard W. (Leonard Wood), 1900-1979; Javits, Jacob K. (Jacob Koppel), 1904-1986; Keating, Kenneth B. (Kenneth Barnard), 1900-1975; Aex, Robert...
    • Miller reports on seeing Senator John F. Kennedy at a political meeting; Kennedy seemed level-headed, responsible, young, and a potential 1960 presidential nominee; Newspaper's poll of Republican delegates at New York state convention puts...
    • 1958-03-15
    • 'New' Kennedy Troubles Some Supporters

    • 'New' Kennedy Troubles Some Supporters
    • Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994; Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963; Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich, 1894-1971; New York (State). State Commission Against Discrimination; Religion and politics; Freedom of the press;...
    • Campaign lines have been drawn between Nixon and Kennedy, with Kennedy declaring his support for the labor movement, while Nixon declares that he supports the program of any group in America, not just labor organizations; Some Kennedy supporters...
    • 1960-09-17
    • A Campaign Gift Need Imply No Thought of Special Favor

    • A Campaign Gift Need Imply No Thought of Special Favor
    • Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994; Aspin, Leslie, 1938-1995; Eagleton, Thomas F., 1929-2007; Campaign funds; Presidents--Election; United States
    • A report released by Representative Aspin shows that the oil and gas industries contributed over $5 million to Nixon's campaign, but Miller says that it does not mean they necessarily expected special favors; Miller reminds readers that in the 1972...
    • 1974-01-05
    • A Capacity for Friendship

    • A Capacity for Friendship
    • Farley, James A. (James Aloysius), 1888-1976; Albert, Carl Bert, 1908-2000; McClure, J. Warren (James Warren), 1919-; Rochester Institute of Technology; Eulogies; Legislators; Civic leaders; Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations; Endowments;...
    • Miller eulogizes Mr. Farley; Miller mentions a few facts from his recent trip to the Pacific countries; Miller talks about Representative Albert as an impressive public figure; McClure is donating money to establish a chair in marketing at...
    • 1976-06-12
    • A Moratorium on Politics Until There's Some Action

    • A Moratorium on Politics Until There's Some Action
    • Drummond, Roscoe, 1902-1983; United Airlines; Political opposition; Clothing and dress measurements; Television--Censorship; United States; Florida
    • Journalist Roscoe Drummond is advocating a stop to political bickering until the problems in the country are solved; Mainliner magazine concludes that women's hemlines were the shortest in times of economic flourishing in the US; tourism is booming...
    • 1975-03-08
    • A New, Firey Ford Emerges at Convention

    • A New, Firey Ford Emerges at Convention
    • Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006; Dole, Robert J., 1923-; Landon, Alfred M. (Alfred Mossman), 1887-1987; Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ); Vice-Presidential candidates; Presidents--Election
    • Ford chose Senator Dole as his running mate and Dole could prove useful on the campaign trail; Miller notes a rising conservative trend; Governor Landon supported Dole and was happily surprised when Dole was chosen as Ford's running mate; Miller...
    • 1976-08-21
    • A President's Advantage: The Crowds He Can Draw

    • A President's Advantage: The Crowds He Can Draw
    • Reagan, Ronald, 1911-2004; Ford, Gerald R. (Gerald Rudolph), 1913-2006; Forbes, Malcolm S., 1919-1990; Political campaigns; Economic policy; Government paperwork; United States; Great Britain
    • Ford's popularity for the presidential race appears to be growing; Ford is unhurt by Nixon's visit to China; Malcolm Forbes comments on the improving British economy; Ford comments on the public's growing dissatisfaction with government...
    • 1976-03-06
    • A Pro at Work: Poised is the Word as Ford Gets Off To the Good Start the Country Needs

    • A Pro at Work: Poised is the Word as Ford Gets Off To the Good Start the Country Needs
    • Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006; Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994; Meany, William George, 1894-1980; Saxbe, William B. (William Bart), 1916-2010; Kissinger, Henry, 1923-; Presidents; Vice-Presidents; Diplomatic relations; Resignation from...
    • Ford handling new position as President exceptionally; Even critics of how Nixon was treated have no complaints about Ford; First week of Ford's presidency was contained some of everything, and he maintained poise; nation is comfortable with...
    • 1974-03-09
    • A Setback for OSHA Intruders

    • A Setback for OSHA Intruders
    • Bailey, Pearl, 1918-1990; United States. Occupational Safety and Health Administration; Gould Research Center. Electronics Laboratory; Eastman Kodak Company; Forbes Inc.; Corporations, American; United States
    • The Supreme Court has ruled that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration must obtain a warrant before entering a place of business; Gould, Inc. devoted some of its annual report to the problem of over-regulation; Pearl Bailey is going...
    • 1978-05-27
    • A Surprise Call Reopens Doors To People's Republic of China

    • A Surprise Call Reopens Doors To People's Republic of China
    • Diplomatic relations; City traffic; United States; China; Singapore
    • Miller shares his story about unexpectedly receiving permission to visit China; the Chinese have opened up their country considerably and US-China relations are improving; Singapore is enacting a new policy to deal with traffic in its downtown area
    • 1975-05-31
    • Adirondack Trails Seem Empty - Did Hunters Thin Deer Too Well?

    • Adirondack Trails Seem Empty - Did Hunters Thin Deer Too Well?
    • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963; Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968; Heald, Henry T. (Henry Townley), 1904-1975; Gardner, John W.; Folsom, Marion Bayard, 1893-1976; Byrd, Harry Flood, 1914-; Tourism; Education; United States; New York...
    • In Little Moose, in the Adirondacks for annual holiday, the Miller family see few deer at the feeder, wonder if the hunters took too many during this year's open season; In the wait between election and inauguration, Kennedy's cabinet picks went...
    • 1960-12-31
    • Administration Wins a Political Battle---Is It a Victory for the Nation?

    • Administration Wins a Political Battle---Is It a Victory for the Nation?
    • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963; Steel industry and trade; Labor unions; Advertising; United States; New York (State)--Monroe County
    • Kennedy's administration forced Big Steel to backup on its price increase, which it had said would not be necessary, and there is debate about whether this anti-industry move is good for the country at large; the current mayor invited the former...
    • 1962-04-14
    • After Campaign of Mud-Slinging, Can Rochester Get Back on the Track

    • After Campaign of Mud-Slinging, Can Rochester Get Back on the Track
    • Political campaigns; New York (State)--Rochester
    • The political campaigns in Rochester and its suburbs were particularly cheap this year, with some blame going to both parties, but principally to the Democratic leadership. On the City Council, the Democrats opposed the Republicans who stood on...
    • 1961-11-04
    • After First Victory in Cuba, Has Washington Dropped the Ball?

    • After First Victory in Cuba, Has Washington Dropped the Ball?
    • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963; Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994; Cold War (1945-1989); Cuban Missile Crisis (1962); Communism; Diplomatic relations; United States; Cuba; Soviet Union
    • Americans worry that Kennedy will not do enough in Cuba to make a difference, they have questions that are not getting answered; some argue that the republican form of government cannot act quickly enough against a dictator, Kennedy's actions about...
    • 1962-11-17
    • After Hairbreadth Election Win, Kennedy Hustle Gets Landslide OK

    • After Hairbreadth Election Win, Kennedy Hustle Gets Landslide OK
    • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963; Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969; Seymour, Howard C. ; Presidents; Public opinions; Politics and government; United States; New York (State)--Rochester
    • Gallup Poll shows Kennedy more popular after first month in office than Eisenhower was at same time, possibly due to his "hustle and vitality", anti-recession program, weak spots are government secrecy and failure to announce the missile gap was a...
    • 1961-03-04
    • Aftermath of Seymour Shocker: Ways Sought To Clear Political Air

    • Aftermath of Seymour Shocker: Ways Sought To Clear Political Air
    • Seymour, Howard C.; Wishart, James S. Howe, Gordon; Posner, William N.; School board-superintendent relationships; New York (State)--Rochester
    • Firing of Superintendent Seymour has hurt public image of Rochester, many assume some scandal must underlie the reports that mere difference of opinion between superintendent and school board resulted in the mid-semester termination. Rochester must...
    • 1960-12-17
    • Aiding Peasants Is as Important As Military Effort in Viet Nam War

    • Aiding Peasants Is as Important As Military Effort in Viet Nam War
    • Cowles, Gardner (Mike), 1903-1985; Price, Robert D.; Vietnam War (1961-1975); Economic assistance; Race relations; Feature stories; Vietnam, Southern
    • Publisher Mike Cowles says that in the Vietnam war, it is important to give aid to the suffering peasants; the British are also involved in Vietnam; there are many answers to the problem of racial integration and different organizations such as the...
    • 1965-04-17
    • Aim of Good Newspapers: Truth and Community Interest

    • Aim of Good Newspapers: Truth and Community Interest
    • Journalism--Objectivity; New York (State)--Utica
    • Newspapers have a duty to report good and bad news, Utica newspaper demonstrates by reporting on the ongoing investigation of city officials, in spite of threats to request a federal inquiry of the newspapers "advertising practices;" Informal poll...
    • 1958-04-05

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