Note: This event is sold out
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Cokie Roberts will no longer be able to participate in the discussion.
Forty-three men have been elected to our nation’s highest office and since the days of the Founding Fathers, their private lives—and those of their families—have fascinated the American public. Join us for a sequel to the popular “Women and the White House” programs as four experts trade tales of various First Families and discuss how our presidents’ loved ones have influenced them through the years.
Kati Marton is an award-winning journalist and the author of several books, including Paris: A Love Story. Gil Troy is Professor of History at McGill University and the author of Leading from the Center: Why Moderates Make the Best Presidents. Lesley Stahl (moderator) has been a correspondent for “60 Minutes” since 1991 and is a former CBS News White House correspondent.
The Robert H. Smith Auditorium at the New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024
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Note: Cannot be purchased at time of program; drink must be redeemed before program begins. A full bar selection is also available; beverages exceeding $10 will be charged the a la carte menu price difference at time of redemption. Availability is limited.