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Friends & Fellow Citizens

Sherman Tylawsky

In this unique civics podcast, discover how the principles of George Washington's Farewell Address (patriotism, civility, faith, education, national unity, and fiscal responsibility) apply to today! Sherman Tylawsky is an aspiring statesman who grew up learning U.S. history and politics inside and outside of the classroom. With a focus on American political institutions and policymaking, hear fascinating stories and discussions that any America-loving listener can enjoy!

This non-partisan podcast is a remarkable mix of solo shows, interviews and special guests that gives you a great boost of freedom! New episodes on the first two Mondays of each month!

Episodes
#145: Cold War-era Pioneers of American Conservative Policies Toward China and TaiwanMay 13, 2024
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#144: The Need for Responsible Deployment of Tech in American InfrastructureMay 06, 2024
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#143: Dr. Benjamin Rush (PA) - The Physician Who Prescribed Medicines of Education and ScienceApril 08, 2024
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#142: "4am Kyiv was bombed" - A Diplomat's Reflections on the Russian Invasion of UkraineApril 01, 2024
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#141: Polarization, Partisanship, and the ABCs of the XYZ AffairMarch 11, 2024
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#140: The Intense Struggles to Fight Antisemitism for GoodMarch 04, 2024
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#139: Robert Morris (PA) - A 'One-man Treasurer' of the American RevolutionFebruary 12, 2024
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#138 Part II: Raising the Profile of Comms on the HillFebruary 05, 2024
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#138 Part I: Raising the Profile of Comms on the HillFebruary 05, 2024
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#137: The First U.S. Senator with an Abolitionist PlatformJanuary 08, 2024
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#136: Promoting the General Consumer Welfare in the Modern Tech AgeJanuary 01, 2024
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#135: Abraham Clark (NJ) - A "Radical Republican" Who Founded New Jersey's "True Policy"December 11, 2023
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#134: The Self-made Perseverance of an American General, President, and HeroDecember 04, 2023
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#133: The Whig Party's Strange Campaign in the 1836 Presidential ElectionNovember 13, 2023
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#132: Fears of the 'Central Kingdom' and their Impact on the International OrderNovember 06, 2023
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#131: John Hart (NJ) - The "Essentially Conservative" but "Heroically Liberal" SignerOctober 09, 2023
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#130: Sowing Seeds of Sustainability in a Polarized ClimateOctober 02, 2023
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#129: Never Forgetting the American Heroism on 9/11September 11, 2023
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#128: The Complex, Transnational Webs of Drug Addiction and Trafficking in the AmericasSeptember 04, 2023
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#127: Francis Hopkinson (NJ) - An Artist of America's Great Seal and National FlagAugust 14, 2023
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#126 Part II: A Show about Podcasting - Insight and Lessons by Two PodcastersAugust 07, 2023
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#126 Part I: A Show About Podcasting - Insight and Lessons by Two PodcastersAugust 07, 2023
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#125: Dismantling the Whisky Ring - How Benjamin Bristow Fought for Government ReformJuly 10, 2023
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#124: Helping Families Responsibly Navigate The Social Media AgeJuly 03, 2023
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#123: John Witherspoon (NJ) - The Clergyman Who Taught Moral PhilosophyJune 12, 2023
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