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February 17, 2024 54 mins
Hy McEnery & Christopher Tidmore host Jon Gegenheimer, author of the new historical novel “Churchill v. Hitler”. We talk about the psychology of the great rivals which form of our world, and invite our audience to an event to premier the book on Feb. 25 at the Garden District Book Shop.

From there, we ask the question if there are too many parades each evening during the last week of Carnival—and whether, the Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday before Mardi Gras ought to be school holidays.

We conclude by examining the 2024 presidential race through the lens of the loss of two key representative districts in New York and Pennsylvania and cite the fact that African-Americans have closed the employment gap with Caucasians.

We even end talking about the Rex Theme and the life of Lafcadio Hearn!
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