Originally published 07/23/2017
Bruce W. Dearstyne
The man is Andrew Jackson’s nephew. Like Kushner, he served as a presidential advisor.
Originally published 06/13/2017
The Brandeis historian says “it’s good for Jews to worry.”
Originally published 06/02/2017
Back channels during presidential transitions are not unprecedented, but they are always fraught, as President Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, have discovered in recent weeks.
Originally published 05/26/2017
Ronald L. Feinman
Some actually did really well.
Originally published 04/13/2017
Henry F. (Chip) Carey
Parallels ranging from the Ottoman empire to the Clinton administration.
Originally published 01/12/2017
There was much ado about William G. McAdoo—Woodrow Wilson's son-in-law—who shaped the Federal Reserve and helped finance World War I.
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