Nostalgia and Presidential Campaigns
This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine articles.
Stephen Rose talked about his article in Washington Monthly, in which he examines the idea perpetuated by several presidential candidates that America’s best days are behind it. Professor Rose argues that this belief is based in nostalgia, not fact.
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Greta Brawner Host C-SPAN
Stephen Rose Senior Economist Georgetown University->Center on Education and the Workforce
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