SOURCE: Washington Post
by Katrina vanden Heuvel
In his book, my father ceaselessly reminds us that hard work and idealism can create change.
by William J. Mann
The shocking story of how TR and FDR covered up affairs and blackballed members of their family in the service of their political ambitions.
by Rob Goodman
What the Bushes and the Clintons can learn from a fallen political dynasty.
“We are in a media culture where we are buried in information but we know nothing."
"Though exciting to watch, Burns’s cinematic homage muddles the history."
SOURCE: The New Republic
In realizing the “personal” Roosevelts, something of the “public” is lost.
SOURCE: The Daily Beast
by Harvey J. Kaye
Arguably America’s most influential historian, Burns fashions a fascinating documentary from the lives of Teddy, Franklin, and Eleanor. But his story has grave gaps.
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