Leading investigative reporter and author Bob Woodward, celebrated for his work uncovering the Watergate scandal, and American philanthropist David M. Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of The Carlyle Group, analyze recently discovered pieces of the Nixon-Watergate puzzle and discuss the untold story of the White House aide who disclosed Nixon's secret taping system, ultimately bringing about the fall of the Nixon presidency.
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Award-winning historian Andrew Roberts investigates how the Soviet dictator fought the Second World War.
With the 2016 Presidential Elections on the horizon, two constitutional scholars discuss the history of democracy in the U.S. and how our election process has shaped America.
Military historian Jeremy Black reconsiders the traditional Cold War narrative, focusing on President Eisenhower’s involvement.
Craig L. Symonds traces the emergence of the United States Navy as a global power from its birth during the American Revolution through to its current superpower status.