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Slavery – Crash Course US History #13

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course U.S. History, and today, we’re going to talk about slavery, which is not funny. Yeah, so we put a lei on the eagle to try and cheer you up, but let’s face it, this is going to be depressing. With slavery, every time you think, like, “Aw, […]

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HLS in the World | Impeachment
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HLS in the World | Impeachment

CASS SUNSTEIN: OK. So I’ve spent most of the last year in the 18th century and produced a book that just came out today. And I’m going to tell you about it. Some books really are all heart, and my book isn’t that. And some books are all head, and this particular book isn’t that. […]

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An Overview of the Electoral College
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An Overview of the Electoral College

♪♪Music♪♪ Why don’t presidential candidates visit North Dakota? (Laughter) No offense to North Dakota and I am sure the President, presidential candidates don’t want to offend them but there is a reason why they don’t visit North Dakota. And in this lecture I want to talk about the Electoral College. Certainly a unique system a […]

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EFSC – Constitution Day Event
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EFSC – Constitution Day Event

Good morning ladies and gentlemen welcome to the celebration of the United States Constitution it’s September 17th and today is the 232nd birthday of the United States Constitution. So we’re here to celebrate the founding documents that have been so durable and guided us and created a nation that is the rule of law rather […]

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The Constitution and Executive Power
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The Constitution and Executive Power

> >>The following program is a production of the Fairfax Network, Fairfax County Public Schools.>>This program was made possible through generous support of the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation to George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens and by the generous support of Verizon Communications to the Constitutional Sources Project. Additional funding for the Constitutional […]

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