Historian David McCullough: "Look At Your Fish"
When it comes to the telling of the American story, historian David McCullough has few peers. In a book-writing career spanning 46 years, McCullough has chronicled the lives of Harry Truman, Theodore Roosevelt and John Adams. He wrote about the devastation of the Jonestown Flood and the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Panama Canal.
In this edition of Up to Date, Steve Kraske sits down with the chronicler of American history to find out what he would have asked Truman, discover where he does his writing, and learn the meaning of the motto over his door, "Look at your fish."