Post archivist Jeff Nilsson and managing editor Andy Hollandbeck discuss the long trek women have taken toward equal representation in government, from Susan B. Anthony to Hillary Clinton.
The attitude of pre-World War II America was quite different from the heroic era of the war years. The U.S. was still a modest, isolationist nation, with limited industry, a tiny army, and the hope that, by minding its own business, it could remain untouched by war. This podcast looks at those times as they were reflected in the pages of The Saturday Evening Post.
Post editorial director Steve Slon interviews Mario Andretti about growing up in a World War II refugee camp, falling in love with racing, and drinking his first milkshake in America.