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Professor Philip Nash joins us for Part 2 of our examination of the life and loves of Henry Kissinger, perhaps the most influential American foreign policy figure of the later Cold War. This episode discusses his time in power in the Nixon administration, his carefully crafted public image, and his continuing power after he left office. We puzzle over his continued influence and assess his responsibility for some of the worst crimes of the 20th century. Episode 546.
Year(s) Discussed: 1773-1815
For this episode, I am joined by Peter Stark, author of Gallop Toward the Sun: Tecumseh and William Henry Harrison’s Struggle for the Destiny of a Nation. In the course of our conversation, in addition to talking about the two titular historical figures, we also discuss various other individuals who impacted the course of their lives and careers as well as the geopolitical influences on the conflict between Native peoples and American settlers in the Old Northwest. More information can be found on the website at https://www.presidenciespodcast.com.
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