John Rothmann to speak at Temple Emanu-El
- JOHN ROTHMANN of KGO Radio
to speak at Temple Emanu-El
Sunday, October 1610 am - 12:30 pm BFRSponsored by Brotherhood and SisterhoodFollowed by a delicious nosh.
RSVP by clicking here.John Rothmann has the uncanny ability to take you back in time and bring you up to date all in the same breath. As an author, lecturer, teacher, archivist and political consultant, it's easy to see how he keeps up his end of the conversation.Using audio tools to convey important issues in a clear and interesting way, John makes the radio come alive. The show might start with the day's headlines and then move on to revisit and capture a historical moment through original sounds. You name it, John can find the recording of it, and callers love to reminisce along with him. He inspires recollections you didn't even know you had! "The people that tune in to my show have strong opinions, are highly intelligent and are very sophisticated - and that's the secret to why the show is so much fun!" says Rothmann.
A frequent lecturer on American politics and the Presidency, John Rothmann has spoken at over 150 campuses throughout the United States, Canada and Israel. He has been involved in many political campaigns on the national, state and local levels, including Richard Nixon's presidential campaign in 1968. He has also published a wide range of articles on American political history, the Middle East and education. Rothmann is co-author of "Icon of Evil: Hitler's Mufti and the Rise of Radical Islam" and the soon-to-be-published "American Perennial - A Political Biography of Harold E. Stassen." John's personal love is his 15,000-volume library - one of the finest private libraries in the country - specializing in American political history and political biographies. All of these experiences make John, a fourth generation San Francisco native, a warm and captivating host for Bay Area listeners.
Rothmann lives with his wife and sons in San Francisco.