Author James Traub and historian Robert Kagan debate the legacy of America’s sixth president, a leader with steadfast moral principles that led paradoxically to both his political collapse and widespread veneration.
In recognition of the month-long exhibition of an original 1623 edition of William Shakespeare’s First Folio, U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, acclaimed actress Cush Jumbo, and award-winning Shakespearean scholar Michael Witmore discuss the influence of Shakespeare and the women in his works on their own lives.
Geoffrey C. Ward and Lesley Stahl present an intimate discussion focusing on Sara Delano Roosevelt, FDR’s commanding mother, whose relationship with the Roosevelt family helped shape the American presidency and the nation.
In celebration of his recent 40th anniversary of taking his seat on the nation’s highest court, Justice Stevens reflects on his decades of experience and shares his unique insight into the U.S. legal system.