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AddRan Distinguished Faculty Lecture - Dr. Gregg Cantrell - Shared screen with speaker view
sramirez
01:17:44
Bravo, Gregg.
Bryant McDaniel
01:18:43
Outstanding lecture!
Mark Jernigan
01:19:29
Was the collapse completely the Bryan nomination or did other factors such as corporate backlash contribute
Ben Wright
01:19:58
Obviously there were Populists outside of Texas. What do you see as the key differences between Texas Populists and Populists elsewhere? And as we track the lasting legacy of Populism, how do you parse the Texas influence versus the influence of Populists elsewhere?
Guy Chet
01:21:20
Did their concerns re trade lead them to develop a position on foreign policy, or did they remain strictly domestic in their concerns?
thomas kellam
01:26:32
were the Jim Crow laws of the 1990s a reaction to the Populist appeal to African American voters out of fear of a coalition of poor whites and black voters?
thomas kellam
01:26:49
im meant 1890s, sorry!
Ryan Poff
01:31:42
Great job, Dr. Cantrell. Do you feel that the appropriation and obfuscation of the meaning of populism was an intentional political project or more the result of poor historical memory and misrepresentation?
Bird
01:35:16
Gregg, great job.
Linda Hughes
01:35:18
This was a marvelous lecture, Gregg - both in substance and visuality. And I loved learning the Texas 'back story' of Lyndon Johnson that you shared with us.
Timothy Reed
01:35:33
Really enjoyed that, Thank you
Mona Narain
01:35:37
Thanks so much