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Prof. Brian Frye’s Documentary Featured on New York Times Op-Docs

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The New York Times featured Brian L. Frye’s documentary in their new Op-Docs digital series. The film, “The Silent Majority,” is part of a larger project, a feature-length documentary using the Super 8 home movies of some of former President Richard Nixon’s aides. Frye and co-director Penny Lane suggest a direct connection between Nixon’s landmark “Silent Majority” speech in 1969 and his historic re-election in 1972. The video, as well as a statement from the directors, can be found on nytimes.com.

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