Senate Historian Daniel S. Holt Featured on Political Theatre PodcastHistorians in the News
tags: historians, Senate, podcasts
Politicians and pundits are fond of saying that Washington has never been more polarized and that the Senate, in particular, may never recover from contemporary hyper-partisanship and rule-bending.
But it is assistant Senate historian Daniel S. Holt’s job to remind us all that disputes in the chamber used to result in pistols at dawn instead of dueling tweets.
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