Date Ask Gleaves
October 30, 2012 Election 2012: A Watershed in American History?
September 26, 2011 Death, Happiness, and Leadership
September 6, 2011 The Elegant Geographic Symmetry of America’s Four Largest Cities
August 30, 2011 American Founding – The Untold Story of Our Constitution
August 6, 2011 Iowa geography and History
July 17, 2011 Happiness
July 12, 2011 American Founding – John Adams 5
July 2, 2011 American Founding – John Adams 4
July 2, 2011 American Founding – John Adams 3
July 2, 2011 American Founding – John Adams 2
July 2, 2011 American Founding – John Adams 1
June 30, 2011 Geography, the Joy of Place
June 28, 2011 Great Plains geography 5
June 26, 2011 Great Plains Geography 4
June 25, 2011 Great Plains Geography 3
June 24, 2011 Great Plains Geography 2
June 23, 2011 Great Plains Geography 1
June 21, 2011 Leadership Essentials at the Meet & Greet
May 30, 2011 Henry Ford’s Boundless Practical Imagination
May 26, 2011 The Most Dangerous Man in America
May 23, 2011 World History – the 5 Big Things
May 22, 2011 World History – Ancient Egypt
May 21, 2011 World History – After 1500 Everything Changes
May 20, 2011 American Founding – Top Ten
May 19, 2011 American Founding – No More Whipping Boys
May 14, 2011 North Carolina
May 8, 2011 Leaders – The Importance of Presentation
May 5, 2011 Leadership Life Cycle … and Leadership Styles
May 5, 2011 Leadership Life Cycle (chart)
May 4, 2011 Wanted: Statesman
May 2, 2011 Uncanny
April 29, 2011 Leadership and Thresholds – the American Sea Change
April 28, 2011 America’s Fin de Siecle (1990)
April 28, 2011 American Founding – Overview
April 26, 2011 Leadership – Practical Tips
April 15, 2011 Presidency (1): Lives, Leaders, Lessons
April 13, 2011 Leaders Are Readers
March 31, 2011 American Founding & Conservatism’s Radical Roots
March 8, 2011 American Founding (9): Revolutionary or Reactionary?
March 8, 2011 American Founding (8): Conservatives or Radicals?
March 8, 2011 American Founding (4): Protestant or Enlightenment?
March 8, 2011 American Founding (6): Republican or Democratic Constitution?
March 8, 2011 American Founding (5): Revolutions of Recovery vs Innovation
February 20, 2011 American Founding: Getting It Right
February 17, 2011 American Founding (10): Roman Influence
February 13, 2011 American Founding (1): Who Cares?
February 11, 2011 Entangled Roots of American Order
February 6, 2011 World History (6): Inventing Empire
February 3, 2011 What’s Wrong with the Social Sciences?
February 2, 2011 Is America Decadent? (The Road to Avernus)
February 2, 2011 Democracy
February 2, 2011 Pericles
February 2, 2011 Themistocles
February 2, 2011 World History (5): The Ancient Greek Way of Courage
February 2, 2011 Why We Remember the Alamo
February 1, 2011 American History (4): The American Difference Begins to Emerge
February 1, 2011 American History (3): England’s North American Ventures, 1585-1733
February 1, 2011 American History (2): New Encounters, 1492-1750
February 1, 2011 American History (1): What’s It All About?
January 31, 2011 World History (4): Axial Age
January 31, 2011 Alexander “the Great” Hamilton: The Indispensible Aide
January 30, 2011 The Language of Leaders: Washington, Jefferson, Webster, Lincoln
January 29, 2011 Adam Smith: He’s about More than Capitalism*
January 29, 2011 Tribute to William F. Buckley Jr. (1925-2008)
January 29, 2011 One Generation from Barbarism
January 29, 2011 Twin Peaks (Autobiographical)
January 28, 2011 Democracy’s Greatest Leaders – Abraham Lincoln and Winston Churchill
January 23, 2011 Statesmanship
January 20, 2011 Roots of American Order: Jerusalem
January 19, 2011 Courage
January 17, 2011 What if … a Leadership Museum?
January 13, 2011 World History (3): Two Revolutions — Agricultural and Civilizational
January 13, 2011 World History (2): Big Ideas
January 13, 2011 Top Five Reasons to Celebrate the Hauenstein Center
January 12, 2011 World History (1): Why You Need to Know
January 11, 2011 Can You Learn to Lead? (Will You?)
January 11, 2011 Leadership Essentials
January 10, 2011 Hauenstein Center Mission Statement
January 8, 2011 American Founding (3): Roots or Shoots?
February 22, 2010 A Road Over Rough Terrain: US-Iranian Relations
January 25, 2010 Obama at Year One
November 19, 2009 Is Obamacare in the E.R.?
September 13, 2009 Confidence Key to Leadership
March 31, 2009 Masters of the Universe
February 23, 2009 Abe’s Hope
January 15, 2009 Anticipating Obama
November 3, 2008 Election 2008 Special
October 2, 2008 Nation Braces For Historic Election
June 12, 2008 The Wright Friends
May 20, 2008 Clinton for Obama
March 20, 2008 Campaign Vitriol
February 4, 2008 Uncle Cleave and Frank
January 10, 2008 For Love of the Game
December 5, 2007 George Washington, the Greatest Man
November 12, 2007 Presidents and War
October 31, 2007 War Presidents
March 2, 2007 Gleaves on the Leadership of Augustus
December 6, 2006 Gleaves Whitney on Great Communication
November 6, 2006 Gleaves Whitney on Leadership
July 19, 2006 Slaveholding Presidents
July 14, 2006 Gerald Ford’s Leadership
March 28, 2006 Coins and Presidents
March 21, 2006 Franklin Roosevelt as a Leader
March 15, 2006 LBJ and the Texas Hill Country
February 10, 2006 How Many Johnsons?
February 10, 2006 Hot Dog!
February 9, 2006 Missouri and Presidents
February 8, 2005 Nobel Prize Winning Presidents
February 8, 2005 Party with the Most Losses
January 31, 2005 State of the Union Message
January 25, 2005 Cost of Inaugurations
January 25, 2005 Bible Passages at Inaugurations
January 24, 2005 Numbers of Presidents, Inaugurations, etc.
January 19, 2005 Inaugurations in American History
January 18, 2005 Second Inaugurations
January 12, 2005 The Veep’s Last Words
January 6, 2005 Second-Term Mandates
January 4, 2005 Landslide Lyndon
December 31, 2004 Person of the Year
December 18, 2004 Christmas at the White House
December 16, 2004 Jefferson Bible and the Christmas Story
December 14, 2004 Nixon and the Christmas Bombing
December 1, 2004 Vice President Against President
November 24, 2004 Thanksgiving
November 23, 2004 2008 Election
November 19, 2004 One VP Serves Two Presidents
November 13, 2004 Presidents and Supreme Court Nominees
November 12, 2004 Presidents as High Priests
November 9, 2004 Cabinet Members from the Opposing Party
November 7, 2004 Election 2004 in Perspective – Part I
November 6, 2004 States Claiming the Most Presidents
October 28, 2004 Preacher-President
October 25, 2004 Best Signs for Predicting the Winner
October 23, 2006 Longest-Serving Wartime President?
October 22, 2004 Wartime Presidents
October 22, 2004 White House Staff
October 22, 2004 Who was a King before he was a President?
October 22, 2004 Why the Oval Office is Oval
October 22, 2004 Presidential Succession
October 22, 2004 How Presidents Salute
October 22, 2004 If a President Dies During a Campaign
October 22, 2004 Elections with Three Viable Candidates
October 13, 2004 (Sad) Bachelor President
October 9, 2004 Reaganomics
September 30, 2004 Bush-Kerry Debates
September 15, 2004 Presidents and Jobs
September 14, 2004 Job Growth and Elections
September 11, 2004 9/11 and the Presidency
September 10, 2004 The Nixon Pardon
September 10, 2004 Presidential Greatness
September 8, 2004 First to Travel Outside of the U.S.
September 4, 2004 Presidents, the Economy, and Domestic Policy
August 29, 2004 Republican Conventions
August 26, 2004 No Veep
August 26, 2004 The 1904 Convention
August 16, 2004 Electoral College Sweep
August 12, 2004 1000 Days
July 24, 2004 Before Modern Conventions
July 22, 2004 Presidential Libraries
July 14, 2004 The Value of Conventions
July 13, 2004 Electing Incumbent VP’s
July 13, 2004 Electing Incumbent VP’s
July 6, 2004 Presidental Debates
July 2, 2004 Presidents and Our Founding Documents
June 25, 2004 First Families on the Trail
June 23, 2004 Presidential Memoirs: An Oversold Genre?
June 22, 2004 Reagan’s Budget and Hinckley
June 20, 2004 The Presidents and Civil Society
June 19, 2004 Presidents in the Movies
June 18, 2004 Presidents on Reagan
June 15, 2004 Bi-Partisan Ticket?
June 12, 2004 The President’s Funeral
June 9, 2004 Ronald Reagan and the Conservative Movement
June 8, 2004 Reagan’s Legacy
June 7, 2004 State Funerals
June 5, 2004 Weak Presidents
June 4, 2004 Modern Campaigning Origins
June 3, 2004 Hail to the Governor
June 2, 2004 Senators in Presidential Elections
June 1, 2004 Presidents Who Fought in Wars
May 28, 2004 Eisenhower and D-Day
May 27, 2004 Summer Reads
May 25, 2004 The Bush Doctrine and the Roosevelt Corollary
May 21, 2004 Humor and the Presidency

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