Four financial experts discuss America’s evolving role as an economic leader and the steps necessary for it to remain a leading international force in the 21st century and beyond.
Distinguished biographer Edmund Morris speaks about James Gould Cozzens’s Pulitzer Prize-wining war novel, Guard of Honor.
Jean Edward Smith and Richard Haass trace Dwight D. Eisenhower’s path from young dreamer in Kansas to frustrated apprentice under Douglas MacArthur, through the Allied war councils of World War II, and all the way to the White House.
Anne Applebaum and Jacob Weisberg discuss the lost civilization of the Soviet bloc, its cruelty, paranoia, and broken-down morality.
Preeminent constitutional scholars Akhil Reed Amar and Linda Greenhouse explore the relationship and intersections between America’s written and unwritten Constitutions.
Bestselling author Niall Ferguson tackles the question of what exactly is amiss with the once dominant Western civilization and its degenerating institutions.
Two authors discuss the riveting and monumental series of events during the final campaign of the European war.
Two of the most prestigious Supreme Court experts discuss the direction of the nation’s highest court under Chief Justice Roberts, tracing the paths of recent landmark decisions on race, guns, immigration, campaign finance, and health care.
Harold Holzer and Eric Foner provide a unique and intimate look at the Civil War through the New-York Historical Society’s collection.
Lynne Olson and Tom Brokaw discuss President Franklin D. Roosevelt and aviator Charles Lindbergh, the figures at the core of the bitter debate that divided the nation over American intervention in World War II.