Peter Sagal goes on an irreverent romp through U.S. history to reveal how money makes the world go around.
Peter Sagal follows the money to reveal how the Cold War was won not by weapons of war, but blue jeans, silk stockings and fast food.
Peter Sagal chronicles how Americans who settled the West lived at the mercy of railroad tycoons.
Peter Sagal recounts being taught the Southern myth of the Civil War as a teenager in New Jersey in the 1980s, examines how "Gone With the Wind" became a national parable and explores why Robert E. Lee is regarded as an American hero.
The Watergate political scandal is linked to President Richard M. Nixon's craving for personal wealth, President John F. Kennedy, billionaire Howard Hughes and the Nixon Burger.