Has American built bonds with nations that were once our adversaries? Our look backward to Bill Clinton's second inaugural address gives in an insight into politics and consciousness at the time, and how his message was catered to a centrist audience.
Listen to this episode as we explore:
- The biblical references to Canaan, the promise of America, and a preface to Barack Obama's "more perfect union"
- How the 20th century was "The American Century" and why Clinton's legacy is that of one that crossed centuries
- The choice-based framework and how personal responsibility became a Republican message but was initially the province of centrist Democrats like Clinton
- Motivational direction and what resides, truly, in Bill Clinton's soul
- And more!
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