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History on the Run is a Podcast dedicated to giving historical stories their chance to shine. Not only will the history be discussed, but the deeper meaning behind these events will also show how history is applicable to today.

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55. How I Learned to Love History ~ Video Games and History
<p>Dan explains how he grew to love history and how to get others to love it as well. Video games are an important art medium that has allowed many a young lad and lass to become emeshed in the past and love their time there. Dan hopes you agree and find this diversion from traditional history enjoyable!</p>
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54. An Evolving View of The Enlightenment ~ Chicago Talks
<p>Dan talks with Chad Cyrenne, a professor at the University of Chicago about his upcoming book on the Enlightenment.</p>
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53. Recovering from Authoritarianism ~ Comparative Government
<p class="MsoNormal" style="text-align:center;line-height:150%" align="center"><span style="line-height: 150%;">1945 and 1991 are both important years in modern history. One date is famous for the collapse of Nazi Germany and the other for the collapse of the Soviet Union in Russia. Unarguably, the situation in Germany was worse in 1945, as it was devastated during the Second World War, leaving it a charred ruin, similar to much of Europe.</span><span style="font-family: Calibri, sans-serif; font-size: medium;"><span style="line-height: 18.3999996185303px;">&nbsp;</span></span><span style="line-height: 150%;">However, despite the poverty, destruction, and damage from the war, Germany was able to create stronger democratic institutions and economic growth than Russia after 1991. A comparison of these two countries at their unique periods of regime change can shine a light on the attributes that helped facilitate democratic development and economic growth in Germany and caused democratic and economic stagnation in Russia. Germany is a good example of a success story for studying transitions, and finding the difference between it and Russia provides a useful comparison. This paper focuses on three major factors that helped create the differences in economic and political growth between Germany and Russia: monetary policy, international aid, and political and economic institutions.</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="text-indent:.5in;line-height:200%">&nbsp;</p> <div>&nbsp;</div>
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52. Existentialism ~ Philosophy and History
<p>In this episode Dan discusses Existentialism! This is an important philisophical topic that has shaped much of the last 70 or so years. Enjoy!</p>
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51. The Size of Nations Model ~ National Equilibrium
<p>History compared with the model.</p>
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50. The Size of Nations Model ~ National Equilibrium
<p>We actually get to the meat of the model by throwing in democracy.&nbsp;</p>
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49. Models & Their Importance ~ National Equilibrium
<p>In this episode Dan begins to talk about a new subject: economics! Dan approaches the subject of modeling, and discusses why it is important and why it is rarely part of the political debate.</p>
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48. The Barbary Wars Pt. 2 - America's Imperial Adventures
<p>Sorry for the wait between episodes. We will get out new ones shortly. I've taken a break from the podcast to apply for positions and figure out the direction my life will go.&nbsp;</p>
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47. The Barbary Wars Pt. 1 - America's Imperial Adventures
<p>In this episode Dan starts off why the Barbary Wars came about. In the next episode he will delve into the battles that took place.</p>
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46. The J Curve - Good Books
<p>Dan shows "The J Curve" and why it is on his good book list.</p>
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45. Why Nations Fail - Good Books
<p>Dan takes a look at a good book he's been reading.</p>
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44. Iraq - Comparative Politics

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43. The German Chancellors Pt. 2 - Modern German Thought & Institutions
<p>In this podcast Dan talks about Schmidt, Kohl, and Schroeder. This also ends the longest series that History on the Run has put out.</p>
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42. The German Chancellors Pt. 1 - Modern German Thought & Institutions
<p>The history of the first German Chancellors of the Federal Republic.</p>
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41. The German Electoral System Pt. 2 - Modern German Thought & Institutions
<p>German Electoral Political Structure and what it means for Germany. Also, long term trends, important states, and what America would look like with Germany's political institutions.</p>
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40. The German Electoral System Pt. 1 - Modern German Thought & Institutions
<p>What makes the German electoral system tick? What are the parties and what are their histories? Get ready for Part 2, coming soon.</p>
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39. The Social Market Theorists Pt. 2 - Modern German Thought & Institutions
<p>Part 2 on the Social Market Theory</p>
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38. The Social Market Theorists Pt. 1 - Modern German Thought & Institutions
<p>In this episode Dan begins a new series based on German politics, history, and government. Live from Berlin!</p>
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37. Clauswitz, Politics, and War - Schmitty Talks
<p>Sorry for the long delay getting this podcast out. I went back and reedited some of my old podcasts to fix some audio problems. Unfortunately, this happened at the beginning of ,y month's megabyte limit, and I couldn't upload anything. Well, that's done, so here you go. I've also stopped the Mexican American Series. I forgot my books on the next section back in the USA. Here's a good lecture by a very good friend of mine: Michael Schmitz.<br /><br />Check out his blog at: http://theramblingintellectual.wordpress.com/&nbsp;</p>
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36. The Mexican American War - A History of Mexico
<p>In this episode Daniel Dives into the interesting Mexican American War.</p>
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35. The Napoleon of the West - A History of Mexico
<p>Dan goes into the Texas Revolt.</p>
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34. A Mexican Revolution - A History of Mexico
<p>This podcast is about the Mexican Revolution.</p>
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33. The Aztec Empire - A History of Mexico
<p>Dan goes into the history of the fall of the Aztecs.</p>
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32. Modern Fascism and Immigration - Fascism
<p>Dan examines modern Fascism &amp; immigration in Europe.</p>
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31. The Good German - Fascism
<p>In this book Dan hopes that history will be our guide to a better tomorrow, and sometimes that guide can be found in the most unlikely places. In this case the subject is the life of Hans Scharff and his time as a Luftwaffe Interrogator.&nbsp;</p>
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30. Failures of Fascism pt. 2 - Fascism
<p>The Japanese Edition roles out with the reason why the Japanese lost the War....and why they fought it in the first place.</p>
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29. Failures of Fascism pt. 1 - Fascism
<p>In this episdode Dan goes over how the Germans lost the war and what they could have done to win it.</p>
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28. Chick-fil-A and Fascism - Fascism
<p>What connects Chick-fil-A and fascism: nothing. Dan breaks down an argument proposed in a blog that actions by Gay Rights lobby groups are "fascist" in nature.</p>
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27. Fascist Politics - Fascism
<p>Dan Breaks down Fascism.</p>
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26. Fascist Economics - Fascism
<p>In this episode Dan dives into Fascist Economics and really.....what are they? Pulling out some old papers help to understand the problem from when it happened.</p>
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25. Huntington's History - Clash of Civilizations
<p>In this podcast Daniel discusses the famous book "Clash of Civilizations" by Samuel Huntington.</p>
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24. Capitalism vs. Communism - Clash of Civilizations
<p><span style="color: #222222; font-family: Arial, Tahoma, Helvetica, FreeSans, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 18px;">What won the Cold War? The traditional narrative is that free markets and capitalism won the war for America over the Soviet Union who could not match the US buck for buck in military spending. Furthermore, the civilian economy produced so much awesome stuff that the civilian population of Russia didn't really have a choice. It had been beat by capitalism and&nbsp;shruggingly&nbsp;admitted&nbsp;defeat and joined the West....kinda.</span><br style="color: #222222; font-family: Arial, Tahoma, Helvetica, FreeSans, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 18px;" /><br style="color: #222222; font-family: Arial, Tahoma, Helvetica, FreeSans, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 18px;" /><span style="color: #222222; font-family: Arial, Tahoma, Helvetica, FreeSans, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 18px;">This is the story we all know and love, but in reality it wasn't such a simple struggle of East vs. West or Capitalism vs Centrally Organized Communism. Confused? Let me give you and example: who built the atomic bomb? Well, the US built it, but was this the product of capitalists coming together to produce a good that was driven by the market forces of supply and demand? No, it was the product of a centrally organized top-down military&nbsp;project&nbsp;designed to help the nation win a war.&nbsp;<br /><br />This and other things are what Dan discusses in the next series of episodes.&nbsp;</span></p>
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23. Patrick McNamara - Interview a Professor
<p>Today I am blessed once again for the second time with one of my professors coming on the show and talking about what he loves. In this case it's Professor McNamara at the University of Minnesota who studies Mexican History with an emphasis on the life of Diaz, one of Mexico's most infamous rulers. We talk about who these men were as well as some of the interesting aspects of Mexican political discussion that is most pertinent to the United States today.</p>
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22. All Good Things - Medieval Military History
<p>In the end it was military might that brought up the Carolingian Empire. What brought it down was political division and a lack of strong leadership.</p>
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21. The Western Phalanx - Medieval Military History
<p>The Western Phalanx is the King of the battlefield in the West. Why is this so?</p>
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20. The Cavalry Myth - Medieval Military History
<p>In &nbsp;this episode Daniel goes into the "myth" of cavalry in the early middle ages.</p>
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19. Decisive Battle - Medieval Military History
<p>In this episode Dan gives a good couple battles and talks about the question of "the decisive battle".</p>
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18. Sieges and Ladders- Medieval Military History
<p>In this episode Dan discusses the importance of siege tactics</p>
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17. Benjamin Ansell - Interview a Professor
<p>This is a real honor for me this week as I got to get an interview with one of my professors (most don't like being recorded in any form), and I was able to have a 30 minute chat with him. Seeing as he only had twenty before he had to go this was quite a good deal. Enjoy.</p>
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16. The Credit Crisis - A History of Capitalism
<p>Dan explains some views of the Credit Crisis.</p>
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15. Roller Coaster Capitalism - A History of Capitalism
<p>Ups and downs in the next "era" of capitalism. Dan shows how the system changed to accomidate this new "rollar coaster capitalism".</p>
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14. Good Wood - A History of Capitalism
<p>A History of the Bretton Woods System and Global Capitalism.</p>
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13. Systems of Sin - A History of Capitalism
<p>Systems built by greed, violence, and evil....and I don't mean America's version of capitalism. No, these are Nazi and Communist states that employ the true systems of sin.</p>
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12. Classical Birth - A History of Capitalism
<p>The birth of modern capitalism.</p>
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11. End of a Red Giant - A History of Russia
<p>The Russian Revolution comes to an end with another Revolution. Russia never seems to get these transformations right. Dan talks about how Russia gets destroyed during the period of "shock therapy" transition.</p>
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10. The Thaw - A History of Russia
<p>The Revolution gets fat.</p>
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9. Birth of a Red Giant - A History of Russia
<p>In this Podcast the Soviet Union is born.</p>
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8. Freedom for the Serfs - A History of Russia
<p>In this episode the Serfs get their freedom and Dan talks about the major reform and what led to it.</p>
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7. Catherine and the Backlash - A History of Russia
<p>Catherine the Great and the Backlash toward both sides of her conservative and western sides.</p>
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6. Russia Enlightened - A History of Russia
<p>Part one of the Russian History series.</p>
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5. Government - Violence For Profit
<p>What is a government? How has it been run for profit? What can we learn?</p>
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4. Mercenaries - Violence For Profit
<p>In this episode Dan discusses those soldiers of fortune: mercenaries.</p>
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3. Pirates Part 2 - Violence For Profit
<p>What is the history of Piracy, are there pirates around today, and what is the future of piracy?</p>
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2. Pirates Part 1 - Violence For Profit
<p><span style="color: #000000;">In this episode the first half of the history of Piracy is discussed.</span></p>
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1. Vikings - Violence For Profit
<p>Who were the Vikings and what did they do? More importantly why did they do it? What was the scope of their achievements and what can be learned about the human condition?</p>
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