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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Slavery and the Constitutional Conflict (E15 S2)
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Slavery and the Constitutional Conflict (E15 S2)

Their sometimes competing sets of interests would prove to be a challenge throughout the United States constitutional convention. The southern slaveholding states were ready to bolt if their interests were in anyway threatened by the United States Constitution. So how did competing interests deal with this conundrum? In short, they didn’t. The result is an […]

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HHS Office for Civil Rights:  Here to Serve You
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HHS Office for Civil Rights: Here to Serve You

Hello, my name is Roger Severino and I am the Director of the Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. My office is charged with enforcing three types of federal civil rights laws: Laws protecting the privacy and security of health information such as HIPAA; Laws prohibiting discrimination in […]

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Spring of Nations (1848) | World Revolutions #3
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Spring of Nations (1848) | World Revolutions #3

Cypher here. Before we get started, I want to point out that this is the third episode in a hot potato history series I’ve been doing with Step Back History. We’re covering the world revolutions. Last time, Tristan covered the Bourgeois Revolution, which you can click here for that. But now, let’s jump half a […]

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