Bob Miller

Bob Miller
Bob Miller, Ph.D., teaches history at University of Cincinnati, Clermont College and has authored three books. He has lived with Multiple Sclerosis symptoms since 1999 and was officially diagnosed with the chronic condition in 2003—but he aims to live life to the fullest every day, whether that's through time spent with his family, in the classroom, running, golfing or writing for fun.

What FDR and JFK Taught Me About Fear

By Bob Miller | February 16, 2015

Presidents Day isn’t a big deal anymore, but I’m old enough to remember when it was. As a schoolchild, we’d get both George Washington’s and Abraham Lincoln’s birthdays as days off. And then somewhere along the line, the two holidays were merged for someone’s convenience—and the new holiday didn’t seem to mean as much. Until…