What if America Had A King?
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What if America Had A King?

When I travelled to Washington, D.C., I decided to pay attention to the imagery and symbolisms in the capital. In the halls of the American History Mueseum, there is this statue of George Washington, in a robe and holding a sword. And then in the ceiling of the rotunda in the capital, Washington is depicted […]

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Memorize the Bill of Rights
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Memorize the Bill of Rights

Hey it’s Ron White, here the founder of America’s memory.com. The website where we tell the story of American history, give memory tips on how to remember it. Today we’re going to tackle the Bill of Rights and how to memorize the first ten amendments to the constitution. To remember anything you need two things, […]

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James Madison: Father of the Constitution (1809 – 1817)
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James Madison: Father of the Constitution (1809 – 1817)

Hey it’s Professor Dave; let’s talk about James Madison. Though James Madison stood a mere five foot four, and only 100 pounds, he was an American Colossus, a Founding Father of both the Constitution and Bill of Rights. Along with Thomas Jefferson he co-founded the Democratic-Republican Party, he served as Jefferson’s Secretary of State, supervised […]

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Thomas Jefferson and the Empire of the Imagination
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Thomas Jefferson and the Empire of the Imagination

– [Narrator] This program is presented by University of California Television. Like what you learned? Visit our website or follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with the latest UCTV programs. – My name is Dylan Penningroth. I’m professor of law and history here at Berkeley and I’m a member of the Jefferson […]

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