I decided to talk to Paul Musgrave about his recent piece in Foreign Policy, “Political Science Has Its Own Lab Leaks.” Here’s the gist of the metaphor, as he articulates it in the a
I was happy to interview Peter Eisenstadt, Associate Editor of the Howard Thurman Papers and sometimes member of the LGM commenter community, about his new biography of Thurman, titled Against the Hou
For my latest podcast, I interview Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen of the University of Wisconsin about her recent book The Ideas That Made America: A Brief History. The second part of that title is key, b
For our latest podcast, I interview Kara Dixon Vuic of Texas Christian University about her book The Girls Next Door: Bringing the Home Front to the Front Lines. This is an excellent book examining th
The Battle of Denmark Strait, in which the German battleship Bismarck destroyed the Royal Navy battlecruiser HMS Hood with the loss of almost her entire crew, was 80 years ago this morning. Over the n
For the latest LGM podcast, I interviewed Michael Hillard, an economist at the University of Southern Maine, about his new book, Shredding Paper: The Rise and Fall of Maine’s Mighty Paper Indust
For the latest LGM podcast, I interviewed Alison Parker, Richards Professor of American History at the University of Delaware, on her latest book, Unceasing Militant: The Life of Mary Church Terrell.
On the latest LGM podcast I interview Ian Toll, author of the Pacific Trilogy (Pacific Crucible, the Conquering Tide, and Twilight of the Gods) as well as Six Frigates. As I’ve mentioned a few t