It seems every time a presidential election rolls around, people say it’s the most important election of our lives. Of course all elections are important, but this year, that statement just happens to be true. Why? History tells us everything we need to know.
In this four-part series, Glenn takes listeners on a journey to look at four transformational elections of the past century. These are the elections that got us where we are today.
Part I: 1912
We begin in 1912 --- an election that changed America. Progressive presidential candidate Theodore Roosevelt introduced the code words "social justice" and Democratic candidate Woodrow Willson, who would win the presidency, redefined the Constitution and its role in government.
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