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  • Lincoln Series #7: Fables as Facts

    Lincoln Series #7: Fables as Facts

     June 24, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Lincoln told stories. He studied the parables of the New Testament, the fables of Aesop, and the poetry of Robert Burns;—and he developed a method of leading people to the truth by getting them to look anew at what they believed, using metaphor to open up doors in their mind.

  • Lincoln Series #5: Greenbacks and National Banking

    Lincoln Series #5: Greenbacks and National Banking

     June 10, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    Restoring national sovereignty over economic and financial policy. Freeing America from the domination of the British financial empire. Returning the United States to the physical-economic principles of Alexander Hamilton, and more.

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  • Lincoln Series #4: Free Speech, Free Soil, Free Men—How Abraham Lincoln Created the Republican Party

    Lincoln Series #4: Free Speech, Free Soil, Free Men—How Abraham Lincoln Created the Republican Party

     June 04, 2021 ·   · 4 reactions

    This week we look at how Lincoln organized the movement which saved our Republic. Lincoln insisted that only be returning to the principles which created the nation in 1776 could the crisis of the 1850s be overcome. In this story there lies a lesson for what we must do today, one which every American patriot should study.

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  • Lincoln Series #3: Education and Self-Improvement

    Lincoln Series #3: Education and Self-Improvement

     May 26, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    For Lincoln, no subject was more important than education. The uplifting of the minds and creative potentials of the citizenry was the goal, and all his economic policy initiatives were designed to achieve that goal. We examine Lincoln’s own development, the role of the Lyceum movement and Lincoln’s actions as President.

  • Lincoln Series #2: Free Labor and the “Right to Rise”

    Lincoln Series #2: Free Labor and the “Right to Rise”

     May 20, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    Lincoln insisted that the intention of the Declaration of Independence is only realized by a commitment to human advancement. As an example of this we will look at Lincoln’s career in the Illinois State Legislature, where he led the fight for the “Illinois System.”

  • Lincoln Series #1: Reminiscences of Abraham Lincoln

    Lincoln Series #1: Reminiscences of Abraham Lincoln

     May 12, 2021 ·   · 3 reactions

    In this first podcast, we introduce Abraham Lincoln, and discuss why Lincoln and the principles he dedicated his life to are central to the fight we are waging today. We begin with Lincoln’s childhood in Kentucky and Indiana, as well as his early experiences in New Salem, Illinois.

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  • Episode #3: The Greatest Politics, Moving Men's Souls

    Episode #3: The Greatest Politics, Moving Men's Souls

     February 17, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    In our third episode of the American History podcast, Mike talks with Dan Leach, a long-time organizer with LaRouche's movement and a poet himself. The two discuss the genius mind and impact of English poet and patriot Percy Bysshe Shelley. While Shelley died at the tragically young age of 29, in 1822, his career as a poet and political organizer was inspiringly prolific. So what does this have to do with American history? What does a poet know about politics? Find out this and more in Episode #3 of the LaRouchePAC American History Podcast.

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  • Episode #2: John Quincy Adams & James Fenimore Cooper

    Episode #2: John Quincy Adams & James Fenimore Cooper

     February 10, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    In this episode of our American History podcast, Pat Ruckert, a long-time associate of Mr. LaRouche and a multi-decade organizer, discusses the legacies of two patriotic American contemporaries, John Quincy Adams and James Fenimore Cooper.

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  • Episode #1 with Bob Ingraham

    Episode #1 with Bob Ingraham

     January 20, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Welcome to our inaugural American History podcast! Our host Michael Steger sits down with author and historian Robert Ingraham and the two discuss everything from the Great Reset occupying the White House, to what is the American System? (and why it's not a formula), why the "Austrian School" is anti-American and didn't actually come from Austria at all, and how the construction of the Erie Canal was crucial in sabotaging efforts to bring other territories and states in as slave states. Enjoy!

  • How to Organize a Revolution

    How to Organize a Revolution

     January 09, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    During his lifetime Benjamin Franklin became the most feared enemy of the British Empire. He fought. He conspired. He recruited. He displayed the same quality of courage as that which is needed today in our fight to rescue the American Republic.

    In this concluding installment of our series on Franklin, we ask two questions. First,—Why did Franklin do what he did? And second,—Why did he succeed?

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