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Radio Show Brings Inauguration History to Lifei
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January 20, 2013 8:32 PM
As the nation looks ahead to another four years of the Obama administration, a group of historians is looking to the past for clues to what's happening now in the United States. VOA's Carolyn Presutti gives us a front row seat to a radio show that uses an irreverent style to explain American presidential inaugurations.

Radio Show Brings Inauguration History to Life

Published January 20, 2013

As the nation looks ahead to another four years of the Obama administration, a group of historians is looking to the past for clues to what's happening now in the United States. VOA's Carolyn Presutti gives us a front row seat to a radio show that uses an irreverent style to explain American presidential inaugurations.


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