Society is at a tipping point with two critical issues: climate change and the COVID-19 global pandemic. A tipping point is a phenomenon where enough people have collectively changed their social behavior to push society towards either a positive or negative direction. The climate change crisis is similar to the current public health pandemic in… More
On this day, December 23, 1913, President Wilson entered the Oval Office. In a jubilant mood he went around the room to shake hands with key advisers and associates while giving a congratulatory nod to the influential Congressman from Virginia, Carter Glass. Wilson proceeded to use the four golden pens on his desk to sign… More
Do you ever wonder what the keys are to successful presidential leadership? Are you curious why past presidents like George Washington, Lincoln, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt were able to steer the country through calamities and turbulent periods? Historians might say these leaders had charisma, or an ability to manage a vast number of priorities, had… More
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Economic historian with an interest in how people, economic events, and ideas shape human stories.
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