Congressman Recalls ‘Date of Infamy’

POLITICS Seventy-two years ago, Rep. John Dingell, D-Michigan, heard the news of the Pearl Harbor bombing on a Washington, D.C. street. The following day, Dingell, then a 15-year-old senior House page, was assigned to help record President Franklin Roosevelt’s now-iconic “date which will live in infamy” speech. (National Journal) Use our  resources to better understand Roosevelt’s speech and the debate that followed. Discussion Ideas The … Continue reading Congressman Recalls ‘Date of Infamy’