Today on Twitter, Steve Bahnaman pointed out an issue with last night’s Final (see the bottom of the post):
Remember, the wording of last night’s Final Jeopardy! was:
A 1957 event led to the creation of a Natl. Historic Site in this city, signed into law by a pres. whose library is now there too
It could certainly be said that the founding of the SCLC in 1957 (especially its meeting in Atlanta in January of that year) was instrumental of the designation of the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site — in Atlanta — which was officially designated as a National Historic Site in October 1980 (as per page 8 of this document). Carter was President at that point, and his library is located in Atlanta.
I think Steve has a very good point here. Should Mike be invited back?
The SCLC was founded in Atlanta in 1957, the Carter Library is in Atlanta, and it was made a National Historic Landmark in 1977 #jeopardy
— Steve Bahnaman (@obvobvobv) January 19, 2016