Ken Davis sold about a million copies of his book, “Don’t Know Much About History,” so he’s written a sequel, “Don’t Know Much About The American Presidents,” and joined me on KTRS/St. Louis today to talk about it. I asked him:

  • Whether the sniping between candidates and their camps has always been as bad as it is this year;
  • Whether history shows that Presidents in office while at war have a better chance of being re-elected;
  • Why Romney’s Mormonism isn’t more of an issue, considering the religious hatred in previous presidential elections;
  • How the idea of a presidency began when the founders wrote the Constitution (yesterday was its 225th anniversary);
  • Whether we’ll ever get rid of the electoral college.

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