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April 13, 2021

Video: 1675-1678 - King Philip's War

National Association of Scholars

Watch the webinar recording and discover how King Philip's War shaped the character of colonial Americans.

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March 25, 2021

Video: 1776

National Association of Scholars

There are many dates that vie for the year that America was truly founded. Listen in as Conor Friedersdorf, Jason Ross, Bob Woodson, and Bruce Gilley discuss why 1776 is such an important date, and ho......

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February 3, 2021

Video: Fringe History, Flawed Scholarship

National Association of Scholars

Why 1619, and not 1620, or 1776, as the  "nation's true founding?" Watch our webinar featuring Phil Magness, Robert Paquette, Ian Rowe, and Peter W. Wood to learn more.

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October 2, 2020

Episode #53: Race in America Today with Wilfred Reilly

Peter Wood

Dr. Reilly joins us to discuss the campus climate today. What racism is, the 1776 Project, and much more.

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August 27, 2020

Video: 1776 v. 1619

National Association of Scholars

Was America founded on the idea of liberty or on the brutality of slavery?

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December 13, 2019

Episode #48: Debunking Howard Zinn with Mary Grabar

Peter Wood

A People’s History is easily one of the most common and popular history books in America, why? What makes this revisionist history so appealing? Listen in as Peter and Mary Grabar attempt to ans......

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November 21, 2019

Episode #46: Lincoln Redux: Race and American History with Lucas Morel

David Randall

In this episode, David Randall and political scientist Lucas Morel discuss Morel's response to the lead essay of the New York Times' 1619 Project, as well as strategies for countering the ......

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October 31, 2019

Episode #43: Lincoln on the Golf Course

Peter Wood

In this episode, Peter Wood is joined by NAS Board of Directors member Tom Klingenstein to discuss Abraham Lincoln, multiculturalism, the liberal arts, and "the golf shot heard round the acad......

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