Last July Diane spoke with Financial Times columnist Edward Luce about his book, "The Retreat of Western Liberalism." A year later, we have invited him back for an update.
How far will Republicans follow their leader? Vox.com science reporter Brian Resnick on what political scientists and psychologists are learning in real time from President Trump supporters. Then, historian and Pulitzer Prize winning author Ron Chernow’s newest book is a biography of Ulysses S. Grant. Chernow explains why this brilliant military tactician and one of our country’s most effective advocates for the civil rights of African Americans has been underappreciated.
- Ron Chernow Historian and Pulitzer Prize winning author. His books include "Washington: A Life," "Alexander Hamilton," adapted into the award-winning Broadway musical, "Hamilton: An American Musical" and his latest, "Grant"
- Brian Resnick Science reporter, Vox.com
Most Recent Shows
The Declaration of Independence has long stood as a symbol of freedom and liberty. But it is equality, one political scientist says, that lies at the heart of the document.
In celebration of lazy summer hours spent lost in great novels, Diane takes a look back through the Diane Rehm Show archives to bring you some of her favorite author interviews.
Having a seriously ill child is among the most difficult things a parent can experience. What one psychologist has learned about supporting families through her work with young cancer patients.