Answer the questions separately, 2-3 paragraphs each. 1. Here is an article from just before Trump’s July 4 event at Mt. Rushmore about Doris Kearns Goodwin’s views on presidential leadership. You can scroll down and click on her actual remarks on television, specifically comparing Trump with the presidents she wrote about in her book. https://www.boston.com/news/politics/2020/07/06/doris-kearns-goodwin-cnn-presidential-historian-trump-coronavirus-pandemic Talk about what leadership should have looked like in the pandemic, and there are plenty of positive examples from both Republican and Democratic governors, as well as negative examples as well. And, of course, many positive and negative examples from many countries around the world, from Germany and Denmark, on the one hand, to Brazil and Mexico on the other. What’s the common thread for success or failure internationally? Populist leaders vs. respect for experts and consistent leadership. But the beauty of Goodwin’s work is that she offers us historic examples and helps us think more clearly about the qualities in leadership we need today. 2. What was interesting or surprising, or what did you learn, about the presidents portrayed (FDR and LBJ), and/or the epilogue.