LearnOutLoud.com presents the U.S. Presidents Podcast. Each episode will provide a brief biographical portrait of each president, explore the eras in which they led the country, and access the historical significance they hold for us today. This is a podcast for those that wish to gain a complete knowledge of the commander in chief.
Team of Rivals
Here historian Doris Kearns Goodwin gives an overview of her goals with her award winning biography of Abraham Lincoln, Team of Rivals.
The American Presidency - Theodore Roosevelt
In this first lecture in a series touching on how the U.S. Presidency changed during the 20th century, noted historian Robert Dalek begins with his take on Theodore Roosevelt.
John F. Kennedy
Today we present Wikipedia's entry for President John F. Kennedy. For more audio tailored to the lifelong learner, please visit www.learnoutloud.com
Ronald Reagan - Part 2
Today we present part 2 of a short biography of Ronald Reagan. For more audio tailored to the lifelong learner, please visit www.learnoutloud.com
Ronald Reagan - Part 1
Today we present part 1 of a short biography of Ronald Reagan. For more audio tailored to the lifelong learner, please visit www.learnoutloud.com
Today we present a short biography of John Adams. For more audio tailored to the lifelong learner, please visit www.learnoutloud.com
Awesome stuff. Would love to hear more.
Are you kidding?
TR great? Great but terrible, dishonest, and tyrannical.
TR a nationalist and an internationalist?
TR sold out the Koreans to the Japanese because he thought the Japanese were a better race.
TR sold out the Russians to the Japanese through chicanery. The Russians would have crushed the Japanese had they continued to fight. The Japanese were at the end of their rope when TR fooled the Russians into talking peace.
TR a realist? That’s a joke. A realist wouldn’t have created the Bull Moose Party. A realist wouldn’t have turned the country over to racist Woodrow Wilson.
Karma got the bastard. He lost his son in the Great War which he vigorously argued the the US should fight. And for what? England defeating Germany? We had no business fighting in the Great War.
Very short, uninteresting
I could have learned as much if I skimmed Wikipedia. No personal touch, just a short article that happens to be read by somebody.