The ultimate playbook for winning a presidential campaign. MSNBC’s Chris Matthews and campaign veterans who have had front row seats to presidential history dive deep into the six most important lessons learned from presidential campaigns that win. Chris and his guests tap into their experience, historical insight, passion for electoral politics, and love for our country to explain why these lessons matter, and how they’ve separated winners from losers.
When Jack Kennedy phoned Coretta Scott King to express concern over her husband’s arrest in 1960, it was a risky move in a tense civil rights era. It also helped propel him to victory against Richard Nixon. So, be like Kennedy and jump on that galloping horse of history as it flies by. You don’t get a second chance. Chris is joined in this episode by Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Jon Meacham and former Congresswoman Donna Edwards.
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