“1963 march on Washington.” Photograph by Rowland Scherman for USIA – U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. Licensed under Public Domain via Commons (Image has been modified slightly.)

Summary: In this episode, our host Andy Cullison joins the cultural historian Chris Hager to discuss the phrase, “the right side of history.” When did we start using this phrase? When is it most often used? Is it legitimate reason to change one’s mind about an issue?

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Show Notes:

  1. Introduction with Christiane and Sandra
  2. Andy and Chris
  3. Why Act When it Doesn’t Make A Difference

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