Saturday, April 23, 2016

Talking American Character with WLRN and KUER's "Radio West"

This week I was fortunate to have been the guest on two excellent public radio interview programs, talking about my new book, American Character: A History of the Epic Struggle Between Individual Liberty and the Common Good.

On Monday, I joined South Florida's public radio powerhouse, WLRN, and "Topical Currents" host Joseph Cooper for an enjoyable conversation and call-in. That segment is available here.

Wednesday, I was the guest on "Radio West," Doug Fabrizio's excellent interview program out of KUER in Salt Lake City. Fabrizio reads the books front to back and thinks about them, which really shows in a format like this, as we got talking about aspects of the book I think are really important and interesting, but which haven't surfaced in the thirty some-odd interviews I've done to date. The interview is up online here.

I was previously on "Radio West" in 2014, talking about the golden age pirates.

Thanks to both programs for having me on, and also to Portland, Maine's The Studio for hosting the remote hook-ups for both shows on my end.

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