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Political “History” – All on Amazon Prime unless otherwise indicated.

Franklin D. Roosevelt: Sunrise at Campobello 1960 Directed by Vincent J. Donohue.

Watergate: All the President’s Men 1976 Directed by Alan J. Pakula.

Thomas Jefferson: Jefferson in Paris 1995 Directed by James Ivory.

John Adams: John Adams 2008 HBO Trial or rent per episode on Prime.

J. Edgar Hoover: J.Edgar 2011 Directed by Clint Eastwood.

Palin/McCain: Game Change 2012 Directed by Jay Roach.

Abraham Lincoln: Young Mr. Lincoln 1939 Directed by John Ford -YouTube.
Lincoln 2012 Directed by Steven Spielberg.                                                         Killing Lincoln 2013 Directed by Billy Campbell/Adrian Most.

Lyndon B. Johnson: All the Way 2016 Directed by Jay Roach Free with HBO Trial. LBJ 2017 Directed by Rob Reiner.

John F. Kennedy: JFK 1991 Directed by Oliver Stone.

Richard Nixon: Nixon 1995 Directed by Oliver Stone. Frost/Nixon 2009 Directed by Ron Howard.

Top Bigstock photo: Franklin Roosevelt Monument and Famous Quote.

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Alix Cohen is the recipient of nine New York Press Club Awards for work published on this venue. Her writing history began with poetry, segued into lyrics and took a commercial detour while holding executive positions in product development, merchandising, and design. A cultural sponge, she now turns her diverse personal and professional background to authoring pieces about culture/the arts with particular interest in artists/performers and entrepreneurs. Theater, music, art/design are lifelong areas of study and passion. She is a voting member of Drama Desk and Drama League. Alix’s professional experience in women’s fashion fuels writing in that area. Besides Woman Around Town, the journalist writes for Cabaret Scenes, Broadway World, and Theater Pizzazz. Additional pieces have been published by The New York Post, The National Observer’s Playground Magazine, Pasadena Magazine, Times Square Chronicles, and ifashionnetwork. She lives in Manhattan. Of course.