When the United States Spoke French (E16)

François Furstenberg is a Johns Hopkins University historian and author who talks to us about the relationship between the U.S. and the French Atlantic World in the 18th-century Age of Revolutions; French émigrés who fled the French Revolution and settled in Philadelphia; slavery and nationalism in the post-revolutionary U.S.; the brutality of the efforts to suppress the Haitian Revolution, and much else.