Hopefully, Podcast Through History is a recent addition to my subscription list. In a world filled with fear at the moment it provides some great context for everything we face.
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Welcome to Hip through Hap with Pulitzer Prize-winning and best-selling author and historian John McCam and Cadence 13 directed and produced. HTH explores some of the most historic historical and trying times in American history and how this nation has dealt with these moments, the impact of these moments, and how we delivered into these moments an ified nation. Take a look at the critical moments surrounding the 1915 flu pandemic, the Great Depression, World War II, the polio epidemic, and the Cuban Missile Crisis. Stories of this crisis – the term originated in the writings of Hippocrates, a moment as a disease where the sick or die – are enriched, and how our own 2020 hours of epidemics and slow but indiscriminate real panic leaders and citizens have reacted in excitement and unrest His stories have the utility of re-engaging. The prejudices of history always challenge us in new and often confusing ways; It’s the nature of things. Yet, as Winston Churchill once remarked, “The future is unknown, but the past should give us hope” – hopefully human intellect, logic and character can come together to save us from the abyss and continue in one way, Churchill’s words in another, broad, From sunlight to highlands.
In the first fifteen years of my adult life, I faced the fear of being draft-worthy during the 9/11 terrorist attacks, remarried during the Great Depression, and now I am a parent with three young children during a global epidemic. I feel like I’ve come a long way, but this podcast is helping me keep everything in context. I’m looking forward to finishing one season.
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