David Marchick: Author Events
The Peaceful Transfer of Power

In the wake of the Congressional hearings on the January 6 attack on the Capitol, the fragility of presidential transitions is a topic more timely than ever. David Marchick, coauthor with Alexander Tippett and A.J. Wilson of The Peaceful Transfer of Power: An Oral History of America's Presidential Transitions, discusses his book and the fascinating history of transitions, from Buchanan and Lincoln to Trump and Biden, through the following in-person events and online appearances.

Author events

October 10: Politics & Prose

October 11: Partnership for Public Service

November 10: The Miller Center, University of Virginia

January 19: White House Historical Association – An in-person “History Happy Hour” event

Inside HIgher Education: The Peaceful Transfer of Power included among the top new releses by university presses

Washington Monthly: Excerpt from the book on Trump's presidential-transition point man, Chris Liddell

Politico West Wing Playbook: Marchick discusses the Trump-Biden transition

History News Network: A short history of presidential transitions by Marchick and Valerie Smith Boyd of the Partnership for Public Service

Democracy Paradox: op-ed on why presidentual transitions matter

Broadcast appearances
For the Ages, A History Podcast

CBS News, Changed Forever Podcast

The Nicole Sandler Show: Peaceful Transfers of Power?

The Lawfare Podcast: Peaceful Transistions with David Marchick

The Curious Man Podcast

Can We Please Talk? podcast (11/11)

Tell Me Everything with John Fugelsang / Sirius XM (11/14)

Global Connections Television interview (11/18)

Civics & Coffee podcast (11/21)

Converging DIalogues podcast (11/22)

Axelbank Reports History and Today podcast (1/24)

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

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