Studying Political Pessimism in the Past Actually Makes Historian Jon Grinspan Optimistic About the Future
Columnist David Brooks interviews the political historian about what we can learn from negative political engagement in our country’s history.
SOURCE: Wisconsin Public Radio
Jon Grinspan, a Smithsonian historian, reports in his new book that young people voted en masse in wild and spectacular fashion, and were by far the most coveted demographic in politics.
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