Larry Elder "On Air" at the Nixon Library
Talk radio superstar Larry Elder broadcasted his live KABC radio show from the East Room of the Nixon Presidential Library on Thursday, January 31.
Nearly 800 “Eldorados” attended the live broadcast that was free and open to the public.
Before the show, Larry Elder had the opportunity to get a sneak peak of the Richard Nixon Centennial Exhibit, admiring the journey through the 37th President’s life.
Bruce Herschensohn, former assistant to President Nixon, called in for a special guest interview in which the two discussed Richard Nixon’s record on civil rights. Following the segment, Elder elaborated on the relationship between Martin Luther King, Jr. and Richard Nixon and read a portion of a personal letter from MLK to VP Nixon written in 1957.
During the broadcast and for several hours after the show, Elder greeted guests and signed purchased copies of his latest book Dear Father, Dear Son: Two Lives… Eight Hours.
If we’re unable to attend but want to purchase a signed copies of Elder’s book, order now at store.nixonfoundation.org.
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