For Liberty Re-cut
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For Liberty Re-cut

[Obama] A little less than one year from today you will go into the voting booth and you will select the next president of the United States of America. [Clinton] I think elections are about the future. But how you determine what will happen in the future? Well you have to look to the record […]

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The History of The Statue of Liberty
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The History of The Statue of Liberty

She’s a symbol for freedom, and one of the most recognized figures in the United States. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, And today, we’ll be learning more about the Satue of Liberty. We are the keepers of the flame of liberty. We hold it high tonight for the world to see. A beacon of hope. A light […]

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Revolution and the political integration of the enslaved and disenfranchised (1974) | ARCHIVES
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Revolution and the political integration of the enslaved and disenfranchised (1974) | ARCHIVES

Announcer: The American Enterprise Institute presents the Distinguished Lecture Series on the Bicentennial of the United State. Our host for this thought-provoking series is Vermont Royster, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist with “The Wall Street Journal” and professor of journalism and public affairs at the University of North Carolina. Vermont C. Royster: I’m Vermont Royster with another […]

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Introduction to Intellectual Freedom

The term intellectual freedom sounds like a complicated, foreign concept. And it can be. But at its core intellectual freedom is something that affects everyone everyday. Intellectual freedom can also be complicated, but that’s what this video is for. This video will cover the basics: what intellectual freedom is and why it is important. So […]

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The revolution of sober expectations (1973) | ARCHIVES
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The revolution of sober expectations (1973) | ARCHIVES

Announcer: The American Enterprise Institute presents the distinguished lecture series on The Bicentennial of the United States. Our host for the thought-provoking series is Vermont Royster, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist with The Wall Street Journal and professor of journalism and public affairs at the University of North Carolina. Vermont: I’m Vermont Royster with another in the […]

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“But nullification isn’t listed in the Constitution!”
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“But nullification isn’t listed in the Constitution!”

Nullification isn’t specifically listed in the Constitution. But that doesn’t mean you can’t do it. Every once in awhile, someone tells us, “The Constitution doesn’t say anything about nullification. That means states simply can’t do it.” But they’ve got things totally backwards. It’s true that the federal government has limited powers and is only authorized […]

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