Roseville Library will present a new three-part series, American Politics in the Age of Trump: A First Look at History, for three Tuesdays, at 12:30 p.m., starting Oct. 31 at the library, 2180 N. Hamline Ave. The series will feature speakers from a variety of political positions and explore the historical roots of some of the political issues under discussion today.
On Oct. 31, U of M law professor and former White House counsel Richard Painter will present “White House Ethics: A Historical Inquiry.”
On Nov. 7, Hamline University and U of M law professor David A. Schultz will present “One Year After the Trump Election: How Did We Get Here?”
Conservative speaker and writer Chuck Chalberg will present “The Trump Movement: A Conservative View” on Nov. 14. Chalberg will give an overview of recent political history from a right-of-center perspective. Chalberg recently retired from Normandale Community College, where he taught American history.
The series is free and registration is not required.