Episode 37: NASA, Warren G. Harding, Daylight Saving, & Political Parties (Listener Q&A)

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In the last few weeks, our listeners have submitted some great questions about the history of NASA, Presidential corruption, daylight saving time, & more. We’ve been working hard to get you the answers to these questions, so to kick off 2017, we offer you a Q & A extravaganza with an all-star team of historians featuring Heather Cox Richardson of Boston College, Bruce Carlson of My History Can Beat Up Your Politics, & Brian Odom of NASA!

Thanks to everyone who sent us the questions for today’s episode. Please keep sending your questions to roadtonowcast@gmail.com and we’ll continue to answer them as they come in!

Contributors to this Episode
Heather Cox Richardson is a Professor of History at Boston College. She has published numerous books on American history, most recently To Make Men Free: A History of the Republican Party (Basic Books, 2014.) You can follow her her on twitter by clicking here. 

Bruce Carlson is the host of the history podcast My History Can Beat Up Your PoliticsHe also joined us for a discussion about the History of Presidential Elections in Episode 28 of The Road to Now. You can follow him on twitter by clicking here. 

Brian Odom is a Historian at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, AL, and a Doctoral  Candidate in the Department of History at Middle Tennessee State University.  You can follow him on twitter by clicking here.