Bengals 1968; Leibovich’s “This Town,” and Cincy’s March on DC
The Bengals’ 1968 season was typical for an expansion team. Paul Brown’s new franchise elevated the sport in the Queen City, developed some talented players and coaches, and started a club that has lasted 45 years. Wolfford, Bengals First Season, Enquirer, 10.21.13
Mark Leibovich’s This Town is an entertaining critique of Washington politics, and a behind-the-scenes look at the national personalities that junkies know, or thought they knew.
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Cincinnati sent 500 to march on Washington in 1963. It was spiritually uplifting, and within a year, this crew and civil rights advocates across the nation saw practical results from their efforts.
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