Dr. Robert Watson: Looking Back and Looking Forward | Shabbat Evening Services on December 4, 2020

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A month after the Presidential election we turned to Dr. Robert Watson, incredible lecturer and historian for an analysis of the last 30 days. He discussed moving forward with bipartisanship, civility, a renewal of international alliances, and what to expect from the winner of the 2020 Presidential election for the next four years.

Dr. Robert Watson is a historian, author, professor and political commentator who has published 40 books, hundreds of articles and is a frequent commentator on multiple news outlets. Watson is the recipient of many awards for his contributions to the study of the presidency, election commentary, community service, civics programs, and efforts to combat anti-Semitism and incivility. Robert was born in Harrisburg, attended public schools in nearby Hershey, and was educated at Virginia Tech, where he was a member of the football and track teams. He holds the title Distinguished Professor of American History and Director of Project Civitas at Lynn University in Boca.


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NOTE: The reason for the discrepency between the date and the date listed in the citation is due to fact that the event was held Dec. 4, 2020, but not posted to YouTube until Dec. 16, 2020.