Weather and politics in the same dinner conversation, for once

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Now that Hurricane Gustav has dashed the momentum leading up to the Republican National Convention, the storm’s ill-timing led us to wonder if there has been a time in history when inclement weather affected political outcome. Author Laura Lee joins us with five examples of when the weather changed history.
Guest: Laura Lee, author of "Blame it on the Rain: How the Weather has Changed History"

Contributors:

Kent DePinto

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