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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Overview of America
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Overview of America

the United States of America born in 1776 our country is the offspring of a religious based heritage of liberty under law blessed with great natural resources and a pioneer people given to Industry and moral discipline our nation grew to be strong and prosperous and developed the finest governmental system ever devised by man […]

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Why I QUIT being an Airline Pilot
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Why I QUIT being an Airline Pilot

So I think that title pretty much gave it all away, but I quit the airline! I’m John from Fly8ma.com CFI turned airline pilot turned back to CFI. Come along on my journey flying Alaska to Florida and beyond. Now if that intro didn’t give it all away yeah I used to be a CFI […]

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Unbiased History: Julius Caesar
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Unbiased History: Julius Caesar

The year was 69 BC a man stood by a statue of Alexander the Great He shed a tear in his sorrow contemplating that at his age Alexander had conquered most of the known world while he had achieved nothing Also, the Greek word revision is to tell you but fuck all that the truth […]

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History Summarized: Brazil

This video is brought to you by Squarespace. It’s a website, and so can you! I messed that up. With all of my talk of empires throughout world history I messed that up. With all of my talk of empires throughout world history, it’s easy to forget that colonies have feelings too. Not only is […]

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