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Aired 1 year ago 51:50
2034 - Deep Roots: How Slavery Still Shapes Southern Politics w/ Matthew Blackwell
Matthew Blackwell(@Matt_Blackwell),Â Associate Professor of Government at Harvard University and co-author of "Deep Roots: How Slavery Still Shapes Southern Politics" joins us to discuss the book. Why do certain parts of the US seem to be particularly "conservative" when it comes to race. "Behavioral path dependence" and the importance of institutions on behavior. How the growth of US slavery centuries ago still affect politics today. The linear relationship between the increase in enslaved african americans in a area to current racist political attitudes today: the more the whites where outnumbered by slaves, the more racist they became. The extreme reaction by white southerners to emancipation. The persistence of racist attitudes the originated during slavery and emancipation/reconstruction. For members: From 1/7/05 Peter Balakian and Larry Moss talk to Sam and Janeane about their play on the Armenian genocide, 'Beast on the Moon'
Aired 11 months ago 24:42
Part 2: Gospel Roots of Rock and Soul
This episode dives deep into the Golden Age of gospel quartets in the mid-20th century. These groups toured across the United States on what's called the gospel highway and charted a course for the rock and soul musicians who would follow them. These groups included The Dixie Hummingbirds, The Pilgrim Travelers, The Golden Gates, The Caravans, and The Soul Stirrers featuring Sam Cooke.
Aired 9 months ago 65:44
Starting the Walmart Supercenter Concept | An Interview with Sam Waltons Right Hand Man (Tommy Smith)
Sam Waltonâ€™s right-hand man Tommy Smith shares about the character, the drive, intentionality and the management style of Wal-Martâ€™s co-founder, Sam Walton.