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Podcast - Founding Partisans with Dr. H.W. Brands
Video Length: 48:29

Founding Partisans with Dr. H.W. Brands

On this episode of Rendezvous With History, Reagan Institute Director of Scholarly Initiatives Dr. Anthony Eames sits down with Dr. H.W. Brands who is the Jack S. Blanton Sr. Chair in History at the University of Texas at Austin. They discuss his latest book entitled, Founding Partisans: Hamilton, Madison, Jefferson, Adams and the Brawling Birth of American Politics. Professor Brands recounts the trails and tribulations surrounding the early years of the U.S., the battles over the size and scope of the federal government and its power, and how the formation of parties, or factions, was inevitable.

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Podcast - FDR’s Vice President & Russian Collusion with Dr. Benn Steil
Video Length: 54:30

FDR’s Vice President & Russian Collusion with Dr. Benn Steil

On this episode of Rendezvous With History, Reagan Institute Director of Scholarly Initiatives Dr. Anthony Eames sits down with Dr. Benn Steil who serves as a Senior Fellow and as the Director of International Economics at the Council on Foreign Relations. They discuss his latest book entitled, The World That Wasn’t: Henry Wallace and the Fate of the American Century. Dr. Steil recounts the story of FDR’s third-term Vice President Henry Wallace, his close ties to Communist Russia, and what America might look like if he ended up becoming President of the United States.

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Podcast - A Nuclear Free World with Dr. Stephanie Freeman
Video Length: 31:32

A Nuclear Free World with Dr. Stephanie Freeman

On this episode of Rendezvous With History, Reagan Institute Director of Scholarly Initiatives Dr. Anthony Eames sits down with Dr. Stephanie Freeman who is a Historian serving in the U.S. Department of State. They discuss her latest book: Dreams for a Decade: International Nuclear Abolitionism and the end of the Cold War. Freeman contrasts President Ronald Reagan's strand of nuclear abolitionism with that of the international antinuclear movement. Filled with fresh insights, Freeman's book reminds us why arms control was and remains an important feature of international security.

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Podcast - The Year That Broke Politics with Dr. Luke Nichter
Video Length: 50:21

The Year That Broke Politics with Dr. Luke Nichter

On this inaugural episode of Rendezvous With History, Reagan Institute Director of Scholarly Initiatives Dr. Anthony Eames sits down with Dr. Luke Nichter who is a professor of History and the James H. Cavanaugh Endowed Chair in Presidential Studies at Chapman University. They discuss his latest book, The Year that Broke Politics. Named one of the top books of 2023 by the Wall Street Journal. Nichter shows 1968 to be a pivotal year in American politics, but not for the reasons we’ve come to accept. The conventional wisdom of the Republican and Democratic Party rivalry is redrawn to reveal sunrising insights about the cast of presidential candidates in the 1968 election.

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