Douglas Brinkley joins Morning Joe to discuss presidential leadership in earlier moments of crisis.
SOURCE: New York Times
by Peter Baker
It is too early to say how President Trump’s actions in the coronavirus outbreak will affect his legacy, but history is filled with lessons.
SOURCE: Letters from an American
by Heather Cox Richardson
A lot of folks have been asking me lately if America has ever been in such a crisis before and, if so, what people in the past did to save democracy. The answer to the first question is yes, it has, three times.
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