88: Harold Holzer, Historian and Author of “The Presidents vs. The Press


October 12th, 2020

1 hr 8 mins 12 secs

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About this Episode


Harold Holzer is one of the foremost Lincoln scholars in the world—so much so that he served as the historical advisor to the movie “Lincoln.” Harold is also a best-selling author and joined us on the “Leaders and Legends” podcast to discuss his new, best-selling book “The Presidents vs. The Press.” Harold has appeared on some of the most popular interview shows in the United States, and we are deeply honored for the time gave us. Thank you for listening.


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