Theodore Roosevelt “viewed the term ‘nationalist’ as a point of pride and honor,” writes author and speaker James Strock. “Intending disrespect, he dismissed his rival Woodrow Wilson as ‘not a nationalist.’” But is nationalism a word that could be—or should be—salvaged? Don’t miss this podcast discussion.
Historian and author David Pietrusza discusses his book, 1920: The Year of the Six Presidents.
Dan Abrams, Chief Legal Analyst for ABC News, and the host of top-rated cable series “Live PD” on A&E Network, talks about his new book, Theodore Roosevelt for the Defense: The Courtroom Battle to Save His Legacy.