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On the latest LGM Podcast I spoke with Senior LGM Correspondent of the British Isles Dave Brockington about the Boris Johnson situation. We discuss the course of events over the past 48 hours, the impact of the non-resignation-resignation, the likely impacts on policy and politics, and the overall legacy of the BoJo Project. The LGM […]
Yesterday I had the opportunity to sit down with Matthew Gabriele, co-author of the Bright Ages: A New History of Medieval Europe. Matt and I spoke about the essential “weirdness” of the Middle Ages, the current state of the “continuity vs. sharp break” conversation and where the Bright Ages falls on that dichotomy, the long […]
For the latest LGM podcast, I interview Nate Holdren of Drake University about his recent book Injury Impoverished: Workplace Accidents, Capitalism, and Law in the Progressive Era. This is a great book to get at issues of workplace safety and the ideological doctrine that protect employers in the past and present. A book like this […]
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