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OPEN END: David Susskind and Nikita Khrushchev, October 9, 1960

David Susskind was the forerunner to Donahue, Geraldo, Bill O’Reilly, and Dick Cavett, but in truth, Susskind came across as a quasi-intellectual New Yorker more closely related to current day Bill Maher. His confrontational approach created a show in which anything could happen. Over the years, beginning in 1958, Susskind, a former actor, covered hot-button […]

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