Season 4: History with David Rubenstein
David Rubenstein uncovers the evolution of the American story, from the divisions within the colonies prior to the Revolution, to the subsequent struggles for equality and the expansive nation that now reckons with its past.
Lynne Cheney examines the friendships and rivalries within the “Virginia Dynasty.”
Author and historian Tracy Campbell examines the critical year of 1942.
Stacy Schiff uncovers the truths behind the mythology of the infamous Salem Witch Trials.
George F. Will shares his perspective on the political, social, and cultural trends.
George F. Will
Manisha Sinha discusses the historical significance of America’s evolution.
H.W. Brands examines the divisions that made up the American Revolution before the war.
Lien-Hang T. Nguyen discusses the contested history of the war in Vietnam.
Lien-Hang T. Nguyen
Simon Winchester examines humanity’s conquest to acquire territory and wield its power.
Ian W. Toll discusses the assault the U.S. waged on the Japanese navy.
Ian W. Toll
Ada Ferrer unravels the U.S. and Cuba’s foreign policy and domestic affairs.