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Often when the country has been at odds with itself, a leader has come along to remind us of our common cause and our shared humanity.But now, with the country feeling more deeply divided than ever, is that just something for the history books?We talk with Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Doris Kearns Goodwin about whether the leaders of the past have something to teach us about facing the challenges of today.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to our podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1a.
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Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Doris Kearns Goodwin revisits four of her favorite U.S. Presidents for her new book Leadership: In Turbulent Times. Â Today she discusses theÂ ideological family tree shared by Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, and Lyndon Johnson,Â how their character was shaped by their setbacks,Â and how their destinies were forged in times of crisis. Â She shares how Abraham Lincoln gave purpose to the Civil War,Â how Teddy Roosevelt averted a coal strike that would have left millions of Americans in the cold,Â how Franklin Roosevelt got America through our greatest economic crisis by talking to every American as a trusted friend,Â and how Lyndon Johnson managed to accomplish what JFK could not on civil rights. Â She recounts a meeting between a wily President Franklin Roosevelt and a young Congressman Lyndon Johnson,Â the time Theodore Roosevelt showed up to cheer on his own protesters,Â and how President LBJ gradually won over a very young and very skeptical Doris Kearns Goodwin. Order Leadership: In Turbulent TimesÂ on Amazon, Audible or wherever books are sold. Â Keep up with Dorris Kearns Goodwin at www.doriskearnsgoodwin.comÂ or on twitter at @DorisKGoodwin. Â Today's episode was sponsored by Espresso Monster,Â Heineken, Bombas, and BambooHR. Â Visit Kickass News at www.kickassnews.com, subscribe to Kickass News on Apple Podcasts,Â and follow us on twitter at @KickassNewsPod.