Death of a Kingby Tavis Smiley
HRCby Jonathan Allen
The Bully Pulpitby Doris Kearns Goodwin
Wilsonby A. Scott Berg
Don't Know Much About the American Presidentsby Kenneth C. Davis
Washington Post Presidential Podcastby Lillian Cunningham
Slate's Trumpcast Podcastby Jacob Weisberg
Ronald Reagan on the Air Podcastby Ronald Reagan
U.S. Presidents Podcast
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin is a personal account of the life of the famous American statesman, businessman, philosopher, inventor and scientist.
This audio program offers speeches from a wide variety of thinkers and leaders. You will here important statements made by Philosophers, Religious Leaders, Royalty, Statesman civil rights advocates and more.
On March 23, 1775, Patrick Henry delivered a speech which supported military action against the British. This stirring speech swayed the vote and was most likely the deciding factor in committing Virginia troops to fight the British.
LearnOutLoud.com presents the U.S. Presidents Podcast. Each episode will provide a brief biographical portrait of each president, explore the eras in which they led the country, and access the historical significance they hold for us today.
Major Speeches of Barack Obama from the Democratic National Convention Keynote Speech up to his major Presidential speeches.
This is a compilation of highlights of some of the most well-known speeches of modern times, spanning the years of 1940-1987.
In 1789 George Washington was elected unanimously by the Electoral College as the first president of the United States of America. He was inaugurated as president on April 30, 1789 and he delivered the first inaugural address at Federal Hall on Wall Street in New York City.
A discussion about President Lyndon Johnson’s Life and Legacy with Doris Kearns Goodwin, Robert Caro and Joseph Califano.
LearnOutLoud's Great American Presidents collects four biographies of some of America's most celebrated leaders.
The Jungle is a novel by American author and socialist Upton Sinclair. It describes the life of a family of Lithuanian immigrants working in Chicago’s Union Stock Yards at the beginning of the 20th century.