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"paul kendrick" Discussed on EconTalk
"Satisfaction is only manifest why in a visit innovations a collective collaborative business because one minos too little about other minds why innovations organic because it must be a response to an authentic and free desire not with somebody. Thinks we should want why nobody really knows how to cause innovation because no one can make people want something and I just think that's just A. That's a great summary of what of what your books about one more line you say innovation is the child of freedom and the parent of prosperity, some beautiful line. Right, well, we eat we would not be able to live prosperous lives and have such. Low. Child mortality and long lifespans things. If it went for innovations innovations like vaccination, you know which is young a beautiful example of technology that has. Unbelievably large upsides an extremist downsides despite. The worries of many people as we are. Being, reminded at the moment. And by the way, which has never made anybody a future as far as I make I, I can't think I talk in the book about you know the slave who brought a vaccination to America guy called Anisimov who is working for the preacher call me in in Austin, and who said look you know another smallpox in Boston the moment. Back where I came from in West Africa, we used to give a little dyson smallpox, two kids from people that survived and that tended to protect them for their lives. You Might WanNa try it and Mata approaches bunch of doctors and thirteen of them said Denver Dick, Smith dangerous idea of the Hud. And the Fourteenth Zab Dale Boylston says, I'll give it a go and vaccinates. Inoculate is the word would right right where to use in that context three, hundred people, and they all survive the the Boston. Smallpox Pandemic Boylston is. Hounded out of town. Is supposed to go to hiding behind. He's done something. So unpopular. So. then. Then there are these two wonderful women who invented the the hooping Colfax seem very quickly in the nineteen thirties a never put a foot wrong never made a penny out of it. I they Day, they were just very public spirited people. So the idea that GonNa have to just tell my dog to stop making so much noise I can barely hear it. So go ahead. Keep, going. Go back to two women and keep your train of thought going repeat. Exactly. Well, Grace elderly and Paul Kendrick who's around pill altering and Grace Kendrick That was nice and they Day set out really in this bedtime to develop whooping cough vaccine in four short years, they did it with the help of Eleanor Roosevelt to champion echoes, but they then gave it away freely to anyone who wants it. It basically got rid of hooping cough in America and then the world it's now a red disease. It was one of the biggest killers role in the nineteen twenties So you know. These innovations are fantastically important for giving. A Better Life. The Part I particularly liked about the vaccination stories was that you know we didn't know anything about antibodies. We didn't know anything about how the Human Immune System worked. People had this idea of giving people the disease. It's a horrible idea. It's really bad idea but some people had seen at work. I forget how it got the first person who tried it? Not Really. The thing you'd think of I as a technique we don't know we know that the does he go to Britain from Constantinople or it was being practiced in the ultimate court but there was a rumor that digits come from China or Africa, and as I say this, an African brought it to America direct from Africa somewhere out in the world someone figure this out. But as you say it was centuries it was pastor before we begin to understand how it works and even we have really understand it might even today We'd have fully up. The immunology survey type of people, but I sometimes think when I'm listening to them. That they are. They haven't quite figured it allow you. Saying well, yes. But t cells reported as well as B.. Cells anything right well, which. Reminds me of the. Story Tell. About, birds. The birds. Have Different asks depending on their species, but every bird around the world of a particular species makes a certain kind of nest. They've innovated this technique for incubating their eggs. And The that's weird. It is that. How is that possible and and the answer because they don't have a manual that they show their kids They don't have the Internet so they're Kinda. Handicapped. and. We have a phrase to describe to explain it. We say, well, it's innate. To me that's just way of saying we don't have any idea how it works right I. Yeah because I mean if if there was only one way making a national birds, then you'd understand it but. Right now in I, gue-. A swallow, which has five babies in its nest nest is made entirely of mud. Now yesterday I happened when I was taking my dog for to stumble upon a Reed buntings nest which made entirely of gross now you know. That's always the case buntings wilderness across all swallows build a nest. How an earth do you set up a brain to do that by the way does that explain why we human beings had a million years of technology before we had anything that seems to resemble innovation? We had these stone tools that did not show any sign of changing full thousands of generations So maybe they were expressions of instinct in the same way that bird's nest is an expression of its instinct. We're GONNA digress here permit because I thought this was just so incredibly interesting You talk about the dog as innovation there's a, there's a section of the. Part. Of this book is about technology and the vaccine scenes and light bulbs and standard things we think of innovation, but it also has some things that are we sometimes forget or or innovative such as putting a curve in the. Piping of a toilet to keep the odors up huge donation really simple but the domestication of animals. And the transformation of a wolf into a more docile..
"paul kendrick" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Father, Stephen Kendrick, on their first book, serves Long walk The Free Blacks of Boston How their struggle for equality changed America. They seem to have such a good time that they then decided to collaborate in 2008 on one of the most remarkable books I read in sometime Douglas and Lincoln. Our revolutionary black leader and a reluctant Liberator, struggled to end slavery and save the union Paul wisely. Married one of the beautiful showman daughters and now lives in Chicago on this book, Paul is just I'd read it when I first met you and you said a lot of words has booked by Lena. Itjust has. I mean, I could read dozens of paragraphs here? Here's just one. Talking about Lincoln before his meeting through Douglas, And But Lincoln had been born a slave state of Kentucky and and marrying into a slave owning Todd family of Lexington, his only truly intimate friend Joshua Speed and returned to Kentucky after his Springfield days. Oversea, a slave plantation. Further, Lincoln had been nurtured in free soil Illinois with its fervent anti black laws, and had long been an open and steadfast opponent. To racial and evolution is, um, it was not surprising that this man had been a reluctant Liberator. That's what I think you and your dad capture so well in this thing that Lincoln is I don't know who these jokers are going to tear down one of his statues somewhere but is seen as just this. You know, a Ziff. He was born, enlightened and illuminated and you make such a face Such a good case that it was That it was Douglas, who was not at all. Frederick Douglas, who was not at all pleased with Lincoln's first inaugural address who helped this man Who helped Linc Lincoln Sena's such a garden icon that how could anybody help link and think he was a genius? But But, Douglas, you make such a profound case, the Douglas did Illuminate this man and enlighten him. Thank you. Yeah, It is a different way to see Lincoln. But I think when you do your appreciation macros for him as he was able to time things so well on achieve a goal, and he hated the institution flavor for Stealing someone else's labor. But he, but he had to be kind of convinced that he could root it out of the south and by putting black soldiers into battle. And that's how the Civil War became a revolution, even though it started as trying to hold the union together. But Douglas is great vision was for what it what it could become. And then Lincoln's second inaugural that Douglas do that. And we write about. Yeah, the incredible meeting that they had At the inaugural ball where Lincoln says to anyone who will listen around that no one's opinion means more to him than Douglas Noe on a very power growth. It's just the average incredible, so this has kind of been a theme of ours of looking kind of hopeful moments of interracial collaboration history. That's what our book that's coming out in January. Is a major theme of called nine days, the race to save Martin Luther King's life and win the 1960 election. And so you know, we just we keep looking for stories that help us. I think have a roadmap forward in the work that we all have to do for quality in America. That kind of ongoing struggle. It will further and for all so that we can learn we can learn just John and you learn this from what happened to Lincoln. It's not just for equality it's for A healing of sorts of wounds that various people have inflicted on this on this republic. He in the wake of the other interesting thing about this is I just read a book about The anti Belem years about a book called The King of Confidence of a Guy who named himself Monarch of Beaver Island, and this was Steve Ahh, Frederick Douglass. Did a lot of is speaking on the whole notion of the self made man which was really big and develop America. That part of the book is fascinating. The parts of him working for the North star are equally riveting on this guy had a life. You know, Lincoln died as we all know. In 18 65 and Doug was carried on for 30 30 more years yet praising Lincoln, but also Paul Kendrick being aware of his of his of Lincoln shortcomings. Yes. Yes and one. There's another great piece of tribal history in this in that Douglas in his last years, gives a speech in Jackson Park on the South side attire world spare against lynching him. So even though Douglas had Oneness achieved this mission of his life of ending slaver 13 cabinet, You know, there's always this backlash to progress. And so you know, he would spend the deaths that followed after with presidents who did not listen to him the way that Lincoln did you continue to fight against the backlash could happen and so and you know that. That's why I think we go back to Fourth of July speech and to hear the pain. Of those who are saying, you know you are rejoicing. I am mourning on. And it's such a important thing for all of us to grapple with a CZ. We seek to make our country live up to the ideals that we have. And so Douglas really saw link someone who was able to really deliver, like really, being just all on DH make change. That was obviously Transformative. But you know that this is that this is an ongoing thing. And that Douglas vision for a political and social equal country, you know, way still need to make that real for everyone every day. I know this is a real odd question. And please feel free to say, Rick. You're an idiot. And don't answer that. What do you think? And I'm not talking about the absolute this week. But what do you think? Steve? What do you think? What do you think? Frederick Douglass. Would have made of the civil rights movement. I know he would have been. Were he to be alive? A vibrant, wonderful voice in that inn since junior data running about Martin Luther King, What do you think he would have made it that point out? It's an idiotic question. But given a shy why I would encourage you all of us to read his fourth side to read his writing. You know, he was a journalist like like you on and his writings, I think are not hard to extrapolate the meetings from it's For today. Some of his One of his last words were agitate, agitate agitated, so I think we can safely say he's on the side of after this who are you know, really speaking truth to power and make some demands. And because again, he really he wanted to transform America into place with education, brother one with that allowed people to live their life on DSO. You know when you have situations George Floyd or Rianna Taylor live in a place you know for them. That promise was not lived, lived out in made real. And so you know, you would have to imagine Douglas would be someone who would really be pushing us and I would be out there to make sure that you know that is a reality for all of us. Never wanted lived free. I just think he is one of history's great Underappreciated figures on this book, Douglass and Lincoln, which is available wherever Wherever books are available. How revolutionary Black leader a reluctant Liberator struggled to end slavery and saved the union. It is incredibly well detailed, written with great Polish and artfulness and It is a story literally as a CZ. It is perfect for these. Precarious times in which were lifted. When is a new book out on? What is it titled Paul? Yeah, so The new book is out in January, and it's called nine days and it is about I 31 year old Martin Luther King's first overnight imprisonment that was very perilous into George papers and how a journalist on the South side named Louis Martin, who worked the straggler defender went to work on the Kennedy campaign ended up helping Save King's life on DH swing the black Latin America in this close election between Kennedy and Nixon, so it's a really exciting What I always ask you if I beat you at a party isn't finished and at the publisher, it's finished. You can pre ordered on Amazon. Gradually days by Paul Kendrick and Stephen Kendrick. And it's and it's really a story about different kinds of courage. Can't traces have been hand and how we bring change against racism? So we're really proud of it. And, yeah, we should be going to get a lot out of. I wish I could see in person. But this phone is good enough in this book is banned. Find Douglas and Lincoln Hara Revolutionary Black leader and a reluctant Liberator struggled end slavery. Enslave the union by Paul Kendrick and his dad, Stephen Kendrick. Paul Love to everybody. You're so kind of care would take a little short commercial break..
"paul kendrick" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"paul kendrick" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Kogan. This is after hours and the new still going to say this for the new civilized hours of 7 to 9 p.m. Except when there's maybe a baseball game coming up. Over the recent weeks. I am sure that many of you were Heard the name Frederick Douglass vote for a variety of different reasons. I'm hoping that some of you said, Yeah, I heard that name. Maybe Find out more about that guy I didn't need to. Because, some years ago I read a book titled Douglass and Lincoln How revolutionary Black leader And a reluctant Liberators, struggled to end slavery and save the union. I was lucky enough to get another copy of it recently and reread it and Paul Kendrick on the phone. One of the authors, This is a spectacular book ball. Thanks for coming on the show. Thank you so much for having me. It's incredible on this great program before you are, uh, someone who love Chicago, Illinois history. And so it's really that fun to talk about. Thiss literally is one of the great pieces of Illinois history. You know, we're tearing down Statues of Stephen A. Douglas were thinking about. I just I just saw some thing today about someone some universities somewhere threatening to tear down a statue of Abraham Lincoln. You. You give this those three men and Stephen A. Douglas is a fascinating guy. To who you describing here. Read some stuff in here. You describe him. Stephen A. Douglas, nicknamed the little giant by some Was a small rotunda van barely over five feet tall. Stephen Douglas, who dropped the second s from his name when he went west, and he came here from Vermont by way of upstate New York. Was running for the Senate for the third time, a nationally prominent figure perennially mentioned as a Democratic candidate for president. Not only did he and Abraham Lincoln heavy Siri's of famous debates. I'm so taken with the fact that that he there was to be the fascinating history of that Douglas and you're Frederick Douglass. They almost fell into this incredible kind of debate thing to Paul who wass Frederick Douglass in a way that listeners can not only understand But but be drawn to this was a man who for in his entire life and correct me if I'm wrong. I did not know the date or the year of his own birth. Yeah, what we think of Douglas Douglas as kind of the final, the final founding father, a cz. Someone who and this is why, with his fourth of July speech that hopefully folks are a lot of discussion about over the last week. Why still such a startling document because he really believed in the vision. Of of the founding Fathers generation five years before his career, but that he was outraged by the hypocrisy that he was born into with slavery that he escaped from and that he began a career to advocate against it. And so when what are both is really about is When the Civil War breaks out in the South, wants to 60 succeed after 20 years of dedicated activism for Douglas, it was kind of the opportunity of a lifetime to make this complex become about freedom with black soldiers fighting to secure the way that could never be taken away from them. And so we wanted to To tell the story of the relationship towards with our great Illinois and Abraham Lincoln. Because there was a lot we can all learn from both of them from Douglas, someone who who had division for really the America that we're still working to become a social and political equality in a multiracial society, and that's what I mean about completing the The taking forward our founder's vision. But but then how Lincoln was able to listen to him on DH really respect his perspective and was able to grow in Lincoln's own sense of what he could achieve in but ultimately leads of the 13th Amendment on DH, So we thought, that's a story that's been told, But for Douglas, I really have just wanted Americans. To appreciate them. His hero is, um and a lot of people, you know, we know he escaped slavery. We read that in school, but to understand at this key moment in his life, how he really sees the civil war and made it Of conflict about saving the union become about freedom. But that happened through his passion and dedication to really achieving that vision. When the other stunning thing about it is and you you captured all in Douglas in Lincoln, But it is the fact that that he and Lincoln had three Meetings, and I think the importance of this book Paul Kendrick, and we'll talk about your co author. The esteemed Steven can bring in a moment that that those three meetings change Lincoln because as you right if I can, If I can read the book is so readable, too. For a For a incredibly deeply researched historical book. You right here. Paul with your dad, Stephen. The Civil War has often been called America's Iliad, but it had not been noted enough that we're still engaged in writing it. Frederick Douglass is a relatively new player in the Lincoln saga, and the reason for this is relatively simple. Lincoln as the Great Emancipator has always been portrayed as a soul wise and benevolent actor. In the great drama of the Civil War. You then talk about decades of other biographies were the role of Douglas is kind of seen as a kind of oddity rather than You make the case that a cz a crucial player in this Iliad like saga. How did you and 100 years Stephen? Stephen Kendrick is your dad. He is a hearsay, senior minister of the first church in Boston. I think he still is. How did you two come upon this story? And what what compelled you to tell it? And then what compelled you to work of Dorcas colleagues on Never easy, You know, maybe in the O in the Lincoln Times, you could build a cabin with your dad. But working with your dad working with your dad on a book and be a zai have done with my father, Herman. Kind of a stressful period. What was it? Did your dad come to you and say, Hey, Paul, Look what I found. I need some help with this or hey, Paul, or did you have a shared passion for it? More. The latter are first book was about a civil rights case that happened in Boston in the 18 fifties, was kind of the first struggle for the surgery. The education began 100 year old to Brown vs the Board of Education, right. Successful in 18 55. So that book Sarah's Long Walk kind of came out of our interest in this thing. We're just a story. We kept learning more about where my father lives in Boston. And so and then for this second book, My dad was born in wheat, Illinois. And he and I saw you know the cabin. You know, it's a new Salem. Where you know you're his remarkable years. How came from there to where he wasn't so he'd always loved Lincoln, and we just thought Wow. Two of the most incredible heroes of American history. Douglass, Frederick, Douglass and Lincoln. They have this relationship that that that felt under told Oh, absolutely. Yeah. Yeah, And they felt like it's a new way to understand the civil war when you see it through Douglas's eyes because he was racing against time to not just if the union one too fast. Slavery would have continued in the South, and they wanted a slave holding empire throughout the hemisphere. But then, obviously at the union lost an opportunity. Douglas's life is over and slavery continues, and so is just a very urgent struggle for Douglas, and that but his vision that black soldiers had to fight in this war and his sons would and And and that first meeting with Lincoln was was about seeking the equal treatment of those five soldiers. But yeah is different telling of the civil war when you understand kind of The statements that Lincoln made back when he was having his Senate race here against Stephen Douglas. Yeah, who the size of things Lincoln is talking about in the last year of the war. And so the kind of the the respect he gave Douglas again. I think it's just very instructive for all of us in being able that we ought to be able to listen, perspectives that or not are all we ought to be able to listen and you're thinking, you know, and the things and grow if Lincoln exactly exactly. Talking to Paul Kendrick, the younger half of the duo. Ah, with his father, Steven, who has written Douglass and Lincoln, how revolutionary Black leader and a reluctant Liberators struggled to end slavery and to save the union if you kept hearing the name Frederick Douglass around the Fourth of July on DH thought, Well, I mean, I learned more about him. This is the book to go to. We'll take a short little break and continue on Does he really did? I think he was He was essential to changing Lincoln's attitude toward a number of things, so we'll be back in a couple minutes. Total area schools are announcing their plans for opening back up. We know kids have got to get back.
"paul kendrick" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Anybody got going dry gauge you done us Haslem will you give us a has some white side as he was there recently no no we can't do that yeah might Miami Heat or five but I think their leading scorer and and I don't know this was I think his last name is none and you and then I think Golden State cutting Kendrick none I think Golden State cut him you sure about this oh my god you're right yeah we enjoyed none James Johnson still there but I don't remember which day you know James John is he the one who likes to fight yeah long distance I think he's like MMA yeah James still not not the other one of those Joan how James John once yes with Miami with lebron yeah yeah yes yeah Paul Kendrick none scrappy guard out of Oakland not the city the school hello now to Michigan yeah I am I to bio I know that now they looked it up yeah but I was saying could you name okay can you name more than three Phoenix Suns and you can't say the under eighteen because he's not playing the Phoenix Suns are five into I watch the game I said I can okay so you know actually I can't Devin Booker you got Booker at forty last night all my god is like a college all it's like every guy you song college the last ten years tell you ray and that's why they got to Baines we got a Richardson whose Richardson be a kid from Kansas then they have Josh reject the sixer there by know who's who no no who's the other side here six six kid out of Kansas who can't shots John dot not Johnson yeah judge Johnson there you go is he Agassi so they got error being from the S. Celtics but a Rick Rubio's on that yeah that's the guy he takes every shot our boy Frank Kaminsky is on the squad good for him yeah there's a lot of turnover ninety eight at the casual fan dismisses on it like the pistons have all sorts of guys on there you wouldn't know about and I you know I sometimes I watch the Blake Blake Griffin I don't think he's planned right now but I know sometimes I stumble upon a pistons game ago when my doing with my life I think the bulls and pistons play like thirty seven zero if they're not if they're like the Jackson I don't know anybody I mean I and it's never pretty I watch a lot of the nets game last night men were they going up in the nets in pelicans it defense is a rumor and there is nobody milking the twenty four second shot clock now where do you stand with your pelicans interest well I I do need desire on to play but I I do watch him because I don't want to be one of those guys who says I'm tuning in to watch the pelicans when you're only tuning into once I on our branded Inger looks great he was fun to watch last night link media there there's a Kevin Durant quality too I would have a quality a quality to after compares Ingram to young Durant yeah if if if I was Brandon Ingram I would study Kevin Durant sort of you know how uses his at you know he's got a seven three wingspan he's got that good mid range jumper he moves well be helped launch ball I don't know I'm I'm waiting to see a little bit more fun out of that team yes we love you for operating room is also overly sensitive a what like Kevin Durant wow oh wow where they come from I think about Katy I'm sick at all this Katie are very well greets it's a mean words I'm anti caking again although he comes a broken but I am fighting that Jersey and where did everyone yeah Paul he does back a little bit too little okeh for member from she looks in shape day he's ever to ten five which will take it does he looks in shape right now imagine no DO well you never play defense yeah she doesn't cross the half court line when they go back and because it's not the sample if it's in his contract he doesn't have to yes time more poorly how you feel about that courts in Brooklyn not good I'm not into that kind of in a dingy annals of prayer all I get the subway thing with the lettering and stuff no I like the lettering I I do I like the graffiti look but the court needs a little spice there and that's a team hi Reid tries to make a lot happened any does I mean he's fun to watch it's just none of this is sustainable but they have so they have some talent on that team they do Carice will bet he is they they do I have some they have legitimate talent there but is it title contending town not now I often wonder if you ever with Spencer diverting Kerr summer you ever going to be like those guys I feel like or setting up and then they'll be gone by the time they're contender well I don't know let me see the big contenders next year I love Alan he plays hard you know he does he is both ends of the fully plays hard and don't you think that their head coach at concern then you look like Amy Poehler's ex husband which is the name the actor you will Arnett yeah will Arnett yes that the nets head coach looks like will Arnett his hair comb bananas tie on and I when he looks like will Arnett does anybody else see then I totally so okay yeah bother I gotta take any I can sing may be when most anonymous coaches in the end there if you are there's a few there's if you want an honest coaches in the NBA right up poll question eleven when you have for me today well which would which ways you want to start you want to start with the cat or you want to start with is the NFL baby the Chargers maybe a little you know the charges all right let's take a break them down we'll regroup and then we'll come back and we'll figure out what we have poll question was seventeen after the hour this is the Dan Patrick show you check things all the time you check your email social media cha Todd checks to see if people are saying nice things about him sometimes they do not recently not yesterday show why why does he still do mark headlines yeah hi Todd well I I can say this because then I'd be I got precisely another member of the media that Todd realized how knowing is after seeing another member.
"paul kendrick" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Find it, and you can order your copy they'll mail it to you it's worth fifteen dollars because. To be honest cover to cover you, see figure this out we cover to cover four hundred and. Ten pages Four hundred and ten just. So you know four hundred and ten pages cover And it's good stuff frankly, I can't do the show without it and if you. Call yourself football fan you ought, to buy one and support our good friend, Paul Kendrick coming up later tonight Commissioner, the I say Bobby Cox and I. Will have a conversation thought you know, would come up with a high school football muscle talked. To the man in charge because He's a good man and a big fan so. We'll talk with him we'll talk with. The Commissioner and Paul and the Olympic. Lock our this hour and talk some college football and some high school. Football college football wounded talk about what's happening with the Purdue. You Mike Debord offense coordinator from my you'll join us Walser. Talk with rob black from from Purdue radio network. Hoosiers opened up on the first of September at Florida international the. Boilermakers opened up on the thirtieth. At home against northwestern there, you go, jump right into also this week we'll, talk with, Jeff Orson Butler and Mike new from ball state, probably gonna join us tomorrow night so Hang on. An unexpected visitor in studio I have a minute. Here at one minute did you just roll back in ten Tony. Donahue in studio you've been out. West Got back last Saturday last. Saturday I thought you just got back into. For a week man all right are, you doing brother I'm? Happy we're almost there On twenty. Five twenty one Season twenty-five. And we couldn't have done how many years did you have? You been here for this be the start. Of my. Ten careful now nine nine that's what I thought You'll manage to find your. Way into. The studio don't you I've got some games with ten. Seventy the fan on Friday. Night and, some of. Indiana's sarin so be. On you on all right hanging here we'll chat off there we'll come back and, talk, to Mike Debord from you on network Indiana's Indiana. Sports though.
"paul kendrick" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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