Jack Webb and Johnny Carson
Only the vaguest connection to this story, but factual none-the-less.
Alexander J. Motyl has a story about De-Communization, Hannah Arendt, and Ukrainian Nationalism in World Affairs, where I found this pearl:
It may be wise to remember that approximations of the truth are the best we can attain. The number of facts comprising the truth about something is always infinite. Moreover, although facts, as by definition true statements about the world, may be “beyond dispute,” their interpretation never is.