Category Archives: Graham, Otis L.
Historians of the modern American presidency, including speakers Otis Graham, William Leuchtenburg, and David McCullough, have written about the Age of Franklin D. Roosevelt. How far does this extend into American politics in the mid-1980s? What is the nature of presidential influence, and … Continue reading
Prior to the presidential election in 1984, Otis Graham, William Leuchtenburg, and David McCullough talk about the political and social legacy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, with particular attention to the influences of FDR upon Ronald Reagan. At the time of … Continue reading