Back in the 60s there were a lot of kid shows on TV. The hosts typically played friendly policemen, sea captains and firemen, and introduced cartoons or 10-minute Three Stooges movies. But one of these hosts stood out above the rest. “Esquire” magazine’s front page story called Fred Rogers a national hero.
It was suspicious when diplomat Bill Taylor testified about his “clear understanding.” But where did that understanding come from? It turns out from second hand sources. No wonder cross examination was not allowed.