Best known for his 24 years in the Senate, Daniel Patrick Moynihan (1927 – 2003) was a major figure in the political history of the United States in the second half of the twentieth century. In this Conversation, political scientist Greg Weiner, author… More
McGill University Professor of History Gil Troy leads on expert panel on his latest book, “Moynihan’s Moment: America’s Fight Against Zionism as Racism” which explores the legacy of Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
The late Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan never wrote an autobiography, but a collection of his personal letters is now available in a new book by Steven R. Weissman who appears in this video.
November 10, 2010: Panelists discuss the legacy of one of the most accomplished and admired statesmen of the past half-century, Daniel Patrick Moynihan. Participants included Christopher DeMuth, Staff Assistant to the President; Chester Finn, Staff Assistant… More
A compilation of Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s appearances on Meet the Press.
Mr. Moynihan and Mr. Parsons spoke to reporters about a meeting of the Social Security Commission to discuss Social Security reform. Following their remarks they answered questions from the reporters.
Senator Daniel Moynihan of New York reminisced about his ten years in the U.S. Senate, and described his early life and his career in politics. This interview was part of the American Profile series in which statesman are interviewed and offer a biographical… More
Senator Daniel Moynihan spoke about public assistance and personal responsibility. He answered questions from the audience.
Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan appears on Late Night with David Letterman.