Former Mayor Rudolph Guiliani talks about having invited John Lindsay to advise him as the Mayor-elect, and the friendship that ensued.
Former Mayor Rudolph Guiliani describes how impressive John Lindsay was in person, and discusses some of the advice he gave to the incoming Mayor.
Former Mayor Ed Koch discusses crossing party lines to endorse John Lindsay for mayor in 1965
Former Mayor Ed Koch reveals the reasons for his personal animus toward John Lindsay.
Lindsay Administration Official and Writer Charles Morris discusses Lindsay’s winning personality.
Author Jimmy Breslin and Lindsay Administration Official Ronnie Eldridge, discuss the roots of the great migration from the South to NYC in the 1960’s
Breslin discusses his views on the role of discrimination in the city, and his personal theory that all the fuss about the Queens snowstorm was based on prejudice.
Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO of DreamWorks Animation, describes how he became part of the first Lindsay campaign for Mayor, at age 16.
Jeffrey Katzenberg discusses his role as the “bag man,” or the cash handler, in the Lindsay campaign.
Dinkins talks about discrimination and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s death, and the positive effect Mayor Lindsay had on the city in the wake of the crises.