Video: Dispatch Book Club for ‘One Summer: America, 1927’ 

On tonight’s Dispatch Live/Book Club combo, Sarah, Kevin, Grayson, and Haley chat about Bill Bryson’s literary depiction of the 1920s in his book One Summer: America, 1927. Join the crew as they discuss the events that defined the ’20s, the biggest names of the decade, from Herbert Hoover to Charles Lindbergh to Babe Ruth, and the similarities between politics now and a century ago.

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