What Reconstruction and the New Deal can Teach us About What Comes after the Pandemic PresidencyHistorians in the News
tags: pandemics, podcasts
THE 2020 ELECTION is six months away, more than 80,000 Americans have been killed by coronavirus and official unemployment is inching toward 20%. This week on Intercepted: An in-depth historical look at some of the great crises in U.S. history and how presidents, Congress, and social movements have responded.
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