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  Frank DiStefano is a Washington, D.C.-based writer who focuses on the history and future of United States politics. He is the author of The Next Realignment: Why America’s Parties Are Crumbling and What Happens Next. The book has received pra
  Jennifer Hernandez is a widely respected practitioner and thought-leader in environmental and land-use law. In this episode of the Serve to Lead Podcast, she discusses her provocative, influential new article, published by the Breakthrough In
  Nationalism is back in the news. 2016 was a hinge moment. Brexit in the United Kingdom, combined with the Trump and Sanders insurgencies in the United States, focused attention on populism and evolving notions of national identity.    What do
  Nationalism is back in the news. 2016 was a hinge moment. Brexit in the United Kingdom, combined with the Trump and Sanders insurgencies in the United States, focused attention on populism and evolving notions of national identity.   What doe
Richard Nixon is often recalled as a historic foreign policy president, but his consequential domestic policy initiatives have been obscured amid the wreckage of the Watergate scandals. In fact, Nixon’s policies—from health care to welfare to t
  In a turbulent, populist moment across the world, the costs and benefits of elites and meritocracy are very much contested. In this episode of the Serve to Lead Podcast, Aaron Renn discusses the American meritocracy and its discontents. Renn
In a turbulent, populist moment across the world, the costs and benefits of elites and meritocracy are very much contested. In this episode of the Serve to Lead Podcast, Aaron Renn discusses the American meritocracy and its discontents. Renn re
Stephen Wertheim is a historian of the United States in the world. He is the director of the Quincy Institute’s Grand Strategy program, and a Research Scholar at the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies at Columbia University. He is the
Steven B. Smith, the Alfred Cowles Professor of Political Science at Yale University, has written an important new book: Reclaiming Patriotism in an Age of Extremes. In this episode of the Serve to Lead Podcast, Smith discusses why patriotism m
Richard Norton Smith is a presidential historian, biographer, essayist, and former leader of presidential libraries. He is a frequent commentator on C-SPAN and for many years appeared on the Lehrer Report on PBS. In this episode of the Serve to
Woodrow Wilson is recalled as one of America’s most consequential presidents. His two-term administration constitutes a keystone of the modern era of American government. John M. Cooper, professor emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Winston Churchill was undeniably one of the great leaders of history—was he a servant leader? In a new episode of the Serve to Lead podcast, Howard Behar, former president of Starbucks Coffee Company International, explores the Churchill conund
In a new episode of the Serve to Lead podcast, General HR McMaster discusses geopolitics and his important new book, Battlegrounds: The Fight to Defend Freedom.   HR McMaster is perhaps best known for his service as the 26th National Security A
In a new episode of the Serve to Lead podcast, Katherine Gehl shares insights and observations from her important new book, The Politics Industry: How Political Innovation Can Break Partisan Gridlock and Save Our Democracy, co-authored with Har
In a new episode of the Serve to Lead podcast, author Theresa Lina shares actionable insights on strategy and execution for enterprises aiming for dominant market positions in competitive and emerging markets. She has written a well-received ne
In a new episode of the Serve to Lead podcast, author Theresa Lina shares actionable insights on strategy and execution for enterprises aiming for dominant market positions in competitive and emerging markets. She has written a well-received ne
In a new episode of the Serve to Lead podcast, noted communications expert Larry Kamer shares his unique, actionable insights on crisis leadership. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing financial turbulence, no individual or institution—co
In a new episode of the Serve to Lead podcast, noted communications expert Larry Kamer shares his unique, actionable insights on crisis leadership. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing financial turbulence, no individual or institution—co
In this episode of the Serve to Lead podcast, acclaimed historian Andrew Roberts discusses his new book,  Leadership in War: Essential Lessons from Those Who Made History, as well as his recent book Churchill: Walking with Destiny. Churchill wa
In this episode of the Serve to Lead podcast, Dr. Mark J. Plotkin discusses his important new book: The Amazon:  What Everyone Needs to Know, from Oxford University Press. He explains why the Amazon matters, what the coronavirus portends in hum
Michael Lind is a professor of practice at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin. His latest book is The New Class War: SavingDemocracy From the Managerial Elite. In this wide-ranging conversation w
Daniel Esty is the Hillhouse Professor of Environmental Law and Policy at Yale University. He directs the Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy and serves on the advisory board of the Center for Business & Environment at Yale. Esty also
Tom Peters is acclaimed as a founder of the profession of management consulting. Dubbed “the Red Bull of management thinking,” Peters is a prolific author, inspiring speaker, and social media maven who gives President Trump a run for his money
Host James Strock interviews preeminent American lawyer Michael Traynor on the state of the lawyer-statesman ideal. Michael Traynor is senior counsel at Cobalt LLP in Berkeley California. He served as American Law Institute President from 2000
Host James Strock interviews American public intellectual Naomi Wolf about her new book, Outrages: Sex, Censorship, and the Criminalization of Love. They also discuss Wolf’s earlier work, The Tree House: Eccentric Wisdom from My Father on How t
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