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The Washington Post's Presidential podcast explores how each former American president reached office, made decisions, handled crises and redefined the role of commander-in-chief. It was released leading up to up to Election Day 2016, starting with George Washington in week one and ending on week 44 with the president-elect. New special episodes in the countdown to the 2020 presidential election highlight other stories from U.S. presidential history that can help illuminate our current momen ...
 
At least 6 U.S. Presidents recorded conversations while in office. Hear those conversations on this C-SPAN podcast. Season 2 focuses on President Richard Nixon's secretly-recorded private telephone conversations. Through eight episodes, hear Richard Nixon talk with key aides about Watergate strategy, potential Supreme Court Nominees, and hear his reaction to the leaked publication of the Pentagon Papers. Season 2: President Nixon Season 1: President Johnson
 
It’s the most powerful position in American politics—and arguably, the world. But behind the oath to preserve, protect and defend, lie dark secrets posed to leave some legacies in disgrace. Uncover the most damning details surrounding history’s most high-profile leaders in the Spotify Original from Parcast, Very Presidential with Ashley Flowers. Every Tuesday through the 2020 election, host Ashley Flowers shines a light on the darker side of the American presidency… From torrid love affairs ...
 
VPRO-presentator Chris Kijne en de NRC-correspondent in de VS maken een twee wekelijkse podcast. Ze bespreken het laatste nieuws rond de Amerikaanse president, Donald Trump. Wees op de hoogte en luister mee in The Presidential Podcast, een samenwerking van NRC en VPRO Bureau Buitenland. Seizoen 1: met NRC-correspondent Guus Valk per 1 augustus 2018: Seizoen 2: met NRC-correspondent Bas Blokker
 
Join us as we take a fun and informative look at the history of Presidential elections in the United States of America as well as all sorts of topics directly related to how our government and elections work! We also delve into the reasons and policies (Constitutional or otherwise) behind exactly what makes the highest offices in the land tick.
 
No matter which way you lean, the fact is we have had and will continue to have American Presidents. Learn more about them all past, present, and future with your host, Phil Treacy, as he takes you on a detailed and educational tour of each. Find out more of their Early Years, Young Adulthoods, Political and Professional Careers and the Legacies of the men who have been elected President. Find all this and more via The Presidential Bio Podcast on The 2GuysTalking Podcast Network.
 
Historians have ranked U.S. presidents on leadership, economic management, and pursuing justice, but they have never asked themselves which one could beat up all the others. This show will change that. Hosted by two history professors—James Early and Scott Rank—this is an NCAA-style tournament in which all presidents fight each other one-on-one until there is one champion. You'll see Barack Obama fight William Howard Taft (who literally weights twice as much), Abraham Lincoln try to knock th ...
 
Kennedy Library Forums are a series of public affairs programs offered by the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum to foster public discussion on a diverse range of historical, political and cultural topics reflecting the legacy of President and Mrs. Kennedy's White House years. They are conducted as conversations rather than lectures.
 
Battleground Ohio: Assessing the 2016 Presidential Race – a weekly podcast from the Political Science Department at Bowling Green State University. Insights on the race from BGSU’s experts in American politics with a special emphasis on the biggest battleground state of them all, Ohio.
 
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On a late summer day in September, four podcasters got together to record the first ever History Podcast Friendsgiving Spectacular! Tune in as three respected podcasters join me for a round table discussion of American and presidential history. The other podcasters are: Jerry Landry, Presidencies of the United States Alycia, Civics & Coffee Howard …
 
Politicians having affairs is nothing new in the history of the world. But what happens when they're sleeping with an enemy spy? Join me as I talk to author and lawyer James Robenalt, author of The Harding Affair: Love and Espionage During the Great War, about Warren Harding's 15-year affair with Carrie Fulton Phillips, who became an Imperial Germa…
 
First, Warren G Harding was a beloved president. Then, he became synonymous with government corruption. But today, we know him for his sex scandals - scandals that took more than 90 years to fully come to light. Follow along as Harding jumps from the newspaper business to politics, sleeps with a potential german spy, fathers a child out of wedlock …
 
October 2022 marks 60 years since the Cuban Missile Crisis that rocked the Presidency of John F. Kennedy and brought the world close to nuclear war. C-SPAN's Presidential Recordings dives into those 13 days in October…with a bonus episode…featuring calls between JFK and his senior advisors, press conferences, and Oval Office addresses. Plus, histor…
 
"Who was the biggest presidential bust?" "Do any of our presidents have an unvarnished legacy on race?" "Which 19th century president would fail under the media scrutiny of today?" You've all been submitting some great questions this summer and today I take some time to answer them. Thank you everyone who participated. Enjoy the show! Support the s…
 
Woodrow Wilson's wives had a tremendous impact on his presidency. His first wife, Ellen Axson Wilson, died the week World War I broke out in Europe, leaving the president so depressed at a moment of crisis that he told aids he wished someone would shoot him. Less than a year later, he was over it, and instead obsessed with his courtship of Edith Bo…
 
For the first 128 years of American history, the United States followed the parting advice of its first president, George Washington, to stay out of European wars. That all changed with Woodrow Wilson. Wilson wielded the power of rhetoric to change not just the country's course, but the way Americans thought of themselves - They had a destiny to ma…
 
No 20th century president did more to set back racial equality in the United States than Woodrow Wilson. His administration introduced a silent policy of segregating the federal government, and when he finally spoke out about it, he gave weight to a philosophy that was used to rationalize continued segregation for decades more. Join me as I talk wi…
 
Listen to President Richard Nixon's resignation speech from August 8th, 1974. Plus, CBS News reports from after the "smoking gun" tape was released, then Vice President Gerald Ford's post-resignation statement, and President Nixon's thoughts 9 years later on his decision to resign. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Listen to phone calls between President Richard Nixon, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover & CIA Director Richard Helms. President Nixon and Director Hoover discuss the murder of two police officers in New York City, the Pentagon Papers, and more. CIA Director Helms and President Nixon speak about Vietnamization, the Soviet Union, and his eventual move to…
 
Woodrow Wilson is one of the most legislatively accomplished progressive presidents in American history. His list of achievements ranges from the first progressive income tax to the creation of the Federal Reserve, an inheritance tax, a child labor law, and more. But a list doesn't do justice to the effort it took to get these laws passed or the im…
 
President Nixon considers nominees to fill not one but two more Supreme Court seats. Plus, just how close did President Nixon come to nominating the first woman to the court…? Listen to phone calls between President Richard Nixon, Attorney General John Mitchell, White House Special Counsel Richard Moore, and Julie Nixon Eisenhower. Learn more about…
 
Listen to conversations between President Richard Nixon and Chief Justice Warren Burger about SCOTUS nominees, the death of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, pornography, and more. And a portion from a 1994 oral history with former Chief Justice Warren Burger. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
The Spanish flu of 1918 wasn't from Spain and it didn't start or end with 1918. It lasted for years, killed millions around the world, and it infected President Woodrow Wilson himself, right as he was negotiating the treaty that would end World War I. The costs of that infection may have been the values and world order he'd taken the United States …
 
Listen to conversations between President Richard Nixon and White House Special Counsel Charles Colson, White House Chief of Staff Bob Haldeman, New York Republican Governor Nelson Rockefeller, and Republican Presidential Strategist Harry Dent. And hear portions of President Nixon's victory speech and Democratic Nominee George McGovern's concession…
 
Before, during, and after Watergate, there was still a country to run. In this episode, we hear calls between the POTUS members of Congress. Topics include the publication of The Pentagon Papers, and The War in Vietnam. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesעל ידי C-SPAN
 
Woodrow Wilson was once regarded as one of the great progressive presidents of the 20th century. Then historians took another look at his record on race. Today, he's a bit of a mixed bag. But one thing you can't argue is the years he was president changed the world. Follow along as Wilson gives up on politics to become an academic, only to unexpect…
 
Season Two begins with a sampling of calls about Watergate between President Richard Nixon and his administration from April 1973 while the investigation intensified. Conversations include John Ehrlichman, Assistant Attorney General Henry Peterson, FBI Director L. Patrick Gray, Henry Kissinger, and White House Counsel John Dean. Learn more about yo…
 
Throughout the month of April 1973, President Nixon speaks with his associates about Watergate and the investigation that is unfolding. By the end of April, at least 4 members of his administration have resigned from the White House. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesעל ידי C-SPAN
 
At least 6 U.S. Presidents recorded conversations while in office. Hear those conversations on this C-SPAN podcast. Season 2 focuses on President Richard Nixon's secretly-recorded private telephone conversations. Through eight episodes, hear Richard Nixon talk with key aides about Watergate strategy, potential Supreme Court Nominees, and hear his r…
 
William Howard Taft is the only American in history to serve as both president of the United States and chief justice of the Supreme Court. But how did his experience as president shape his leadership as chief justice? What role did it play in his nomination process, and how good of a chief justice was he, anyway? Join me as I talk with Kevin Burns…
 
To hear William Howard Taft tell it, all he ever wanted to do is be a federal judge. But people don't just accidentally become president. Join me as I talk with Peri Arnold, a professor Emeritus in the Department of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame, a consultant to New York Times in Education, and author of several books, including…
 
In 1908, Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft were such great friends, TR personally campaigned for Taft to succeed him to the presidency. Four years later, that relationship was so irrevocably damaged that TR split the GOP in half to deny Taft's reelection. There's no way around, Taft's presidency was made by Roosevelt, and then it was unmad…
 
Theodore Roosevelt is the youngest American to become president. He's also the youngest American to become a former president, which means the hyper-energetic TR had plenty of time to do whatever he wanted with the rest of his life. In Roosevelt's case, that meant going on a bunch of suicidally dangerous adventures in search of death or glory. Join…
 
When Theodore Roosevelt was sworn in to replace the assassinated William McKinley, he was well aware that almost every previous accidental president had been a failure, and none had won reelection. He had a plan to buck the trend, and it started with winning over McKinley's cabinet. Join me as I interview presidential scholar Lindsay M. Chervinsky,…
 
When you hear the name Theodore Roosevelt, a face, personality, and image all pop into mind - Just the way Roosevelt wanted. Presidents have always dealt with and nurtured the press, but Teddy was a quantum leap forward in presidential PR, and he used the media to advance his career, his policies, and to create an image of himself that has lasted 1…
 
Theodore Roosevelt is one of the biggest personalities to ever inhabit the presidency, so of course he was born in New York City. Roosevelt was heir to one of the city's oldest families and a civil servant at nearly every level - state assemblyman, police commissioner, and governor of the Empire State. Join me as I talk with Ted Kohn, the Dean of t…
 
Born with a silver spoon in his mouth, Theodore Roosevelt is one of the most unlikely champions of progressive reform. Yet there he is, ushering in the American progressive era, promising a "square deal" to all. Join me as I talk with Alycia, host of the excellent Civics and Coffee podcast, about the origins and impact of TR's environment, economic…
 
Students, teachers and historians reflect on what has changed — and should change — about the way we teach presidential history today. This special episode features presidential experts Barbara Perry and Julian Zelizer, “How the Word Is Passed” author Clint Smith, and the AP government and politics class of teacher Michael Martirone.…
 
In 1898, Theodore Roosevelt was a pencil-pushing desk jockey with no clear political future. Six months later, he was the war-hero governor-elect of New York and well on his way to the presidential ticket. How'd he do it? Follow along as Roosevelt pushes the nation toward war with Spain, quits the safety of his Washington desk job to fight in Cuba,…
 
How did a country founded by anti-imperial revolutionaries come to own an empire of its own? The answer starts with William McKinley, whose administration exploded onto the international stage by carrying the American flag to Cuba, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Guam, Hawaii, and China. Join me as I talk with Robert Merry, a 40-year veteran of Washi…
 
1968…Vietnam, Multiple Assassinations, LBJ's Decision not to run for re-election, the Chicago Democratic National Convention…and more in the last episode of our first season of Presidential Recordings. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesעל ידי C-SPAN
 
When William McKinley ran for president in 1896, he out-raised his opponent 7-to-1, printed more campaign literature than all previous GOP presidential candidates combined, and organized what is often called the first modern presidential campaign. How'd he do it? Join me as I talk with professor Christopher McKnight Nichols, director of the Oregon …
 
Lady Bird Johnson…First Lady….environmentalist, and one of President Johnson's most trusted advisors. This week, conversations between Lady Bird and President Johnson, portions of her diary from November 22nd, 1963, and the case of Walter Jenkins. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Once upon a time, the United States stuck to its shores and big business largely stayed out of politics. Then came William McKinley. William McKinley took the United States international in a big way, carrying the American flag to Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, and China; he revolutionized political campaigning by leveraging the power of big b…
 
Calls around the March on Selma, as President Lyndon Johnson responds to Bloody Sunday. You'll hear from Alabama Governor George Wallace, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, and Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesעל ידי C-SPAN
 
What was Grover Cleveland hiding in 1893? When the famously honest president was diagnosed with mouth cancer, he decided to keep it from the public at all costs - even if that meant hatching a hair-brained scheme to surgically remove the tumor on a yacht at sea. Join me as I talk with award-winning journalist and author Matthew Algeo, author of All…
 
This week, a look at calls surrounding the passage of the Medicare and Medicaid Act of 1965. You'll hear from President Johnson's chief aid to Congress Larry O'Brien, Chair of the House Ways and Means Committee Wilbur Mills (D-AR), Tennessee democratic senator Albert Gore Sr., Dr. Benjamin Spock, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit me…
 
In 1892, the rich were getting richer, the poor were getting poorer, and a former president decided to run again against the rival who had defeated him. How similar is the Gilded Age to our modern political and economic moment? Join me as I talk with University Kentucky professor Mark Summers, a historian of the Gilded Age and author of numerous bo…
 
On the final day of Grover Cleveland's first term in office, his wife turned to a member of the white house staff and said. "I want you to take good care of all the furniture and ornaments in the house, for I want everything just as it is now when we come back again. We are coming back. Just four years from today." Four years later, she was right. …
 
A look at the calls around the Gulf of Tonkin Incident, H.J. Res 1145 (The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution), and how the administration handled the press. You'll hear from Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, National Security Advisor McGeorge Bundy, and Congressional Leaders. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Benjamin Harrison presidential accomplishments range from obtaining America's first overseas possession to signing an anti-trust bill that is still the law of the land, but he's hardly known today. Why? Join me as I talk with Charles Hyde, the President and CEO of the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site in Indianapolis, Indiana, on why Benjamin Har…
 
Is it possible to win your way to defeat? Benjamin Harrison and the 51st Congress might say so. After passing almost all the legislation they had campaigned on in 1889, American voters dealt them crippling defeats in 1891 and 1893. What went wrong? Join me as I interview Charles Calhoun, a retired distinguished professor of History at East Carolina…
 
Marc Selverstone, Chair of the Presidential Recordings Program at the Miller Center of the University of Virginia explains the background of the LBJ tapes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesעל ידי C-SPAN
 
Calls between President Lyndon Johnson & members of Congress & the administration on the establishment of The Warren Commission which would look into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. This program begins with background information from Max Holland author of "The Kennedy Assassination Tapes: The White House Conversations of Lyndon Joh…
 
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