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The Emancipation Proclamation
This video is accompanied by text. "Although President Lincoln had a reputation for being an abolitionist, his political record indicated this label was not completely accurate. Lincoln focused his political stance regarding slavery on the prevention of its spread into the territories. After becoming president he initially resisted laws by the federal government called the Confiscation Acts that pushed the Union toward abolition. The first of these acts, the Confiscation Act of 1861, approved on
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Southern Secession
This video is accompanied by text. "When Americans voted Lincoln president, James Buchanan officially became a lame-duck leader. Southerners worried that Lincoln’s victory, which received no support from the South, would lead to political and economic dominance by the North. Slavery, they feared, would be restricted and possibly outlawed. Southerners believed that by claiming their independence they could develop their own banking system and establish trade directly with Europe. No longer woul
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Uncle Tom's Cabin and its Effects
This video is accompanied by text. "The most significant response to the Fugitive Slave Act came from the pen of novelist Harriet Beecher Stowe. Uncle Tom’s Cabin ran serially for nearly a year in an abolitionist newspaper, before it was published as a book in early 1852. It was an immediate and phenomenal success—selling 10,000 copies its first week in print, and 300,000 within a year. By the time of the Civil War, several million copies were in circulation, and many Union soldiers received
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History of the United States
This is an informative video of the history of the United States. The presidency of Lincoln and Roosevelt are discussed. Roosevelt knew that the fight for the United States Presidency was not simply a game of political machines and punditry, but that this coming fight demanded a leader who understood the historic enemy of the United States and the founding principles of the nation. (LaRouche PAC video)

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The History of Political Parties, by Eric O'Keefe
Sam Adams Alliance & Foundation Chairman and CEO Eric O'Keefe talks about how political parties and individual politicians were once accountable to the people. 
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French and Indian War: An Overview
Beware of political ad that starts video. This is a glorified slide show. It moves very rapidly with little explanation of cause and effect. Touches on some geographical areas and so a map and wordwall are needed. This is a general overview video of 2:40. The ending is very weak and needs more explanation for students.
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George Orwell's 1984 - Part 3
Part 3 of the video about the novel , 1984 by George Orwell. The novel is highly political in nature and follows the hero, Winston Smith, through his struggle, against the inner party, to enjoy the most basic freedoms.

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John Steinbeck, Of Mice and Men: Context
The context of a novel is the social, cultural and historical
background in which it is written. It deals with what was happening in
the world in the period with which the novel is concerned. Studying the context of a novel can aid and deepen our understanding of the story and characters. This title looks at the context of the novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. Of Mice and Men has an explicit context because the social and political events of 1930s America create the climate of

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Robert F. Kennedy's Statement on Dr. King's Death
Amid the tragedy of the assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, an extraordinary moment in U.S. political history occurred as Robert F. Kennedy, younger brother of slain President John F. Kennedy, broke the news of King's death to a large gathering of African Americans in Indianapolis, Indiana.  That evening Robert Kennedy
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Palestine 1930-1948 - 7 of 14
This video starts with a 1945 speech by David Ben-Gurion where he urges for Jewish immigration to Palestine. There is footage of the end of the war and the Jews that survived. The fight for independence would begin. There is reference to displacement camps organised by the American and British. Jews demanded to go to Palestine but Britain rejects this possibility. Nations had not opened the doors to these displaced Jews. There is reference to the political reasons why this happened.
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Video: “China: Regional or World Power?”
Admiral Joseph Wilson Prueher moderates the second annual Security Symposium sponsored by Vanderbilt University’s Naval ROTC. Panelists are: Peter Lorge, who teaches military history; Brett Benson, a political scientist; and James Holmes, a professor at the U.S. Naval War College. They discuss “China: Regional or World Power?” Contact: annmarie.owens@vanderbilt.edu
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Gov't and the Marketplace Seminar 10/26/2010 #1: Introduction by Dukakis
Creating Access to Services: The Case of the Massachusetts Health Connector Jon Kingsdale, Founding Executive Director, Massachusetts Health Connector Jim Stergios, Executive Director, Pioneer Institute Moderator: Michael Dukakis, Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, Northeastern University; former Governor of Massachusetts
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Gov't and the Marketplace Seminar 10/26/2010 #2: Jon Kingsdale
Creating Access to Services: The Case of the Massachusetts Health Connector Jon Kingsdale, Founding Executive Director, Massachusetts Health Connector Jim Stergios, Executive Director, Pioneer Institute Moderator: Michael Dukakis, Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, Northeastern University; former Governor of Massachusetts
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Gov't and the Marketplace Seminar 10/26/2010 #3: Comment by Dukakis
Creating Access to Services: The Case of the Massachusetts Health Connector Jon Kingsdale, Founding Executive Director, Massachusetts Health Connector Jim Stergios, Executive Director, Pioneer Institute Moderator: Michael Dukakis, Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, Northeastern University; former Governor of Massachusetts
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Gov't and the Marketplace Seminar 10/26/2010 #4: Jim Stergios
Creating Access to Services: The Case of the Massachusetts Health Connector Jon Kingsdale, Founding Executive Director, Massachusetts Health Connector Jim Stergios, Executive Director, Pioneer Institute Moderator: Michael Dukakis, Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, Northeastern University; former Governor of Massachusetts
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Gov't and the Marketplace Seminar 10/26/2010 #5: Q and A
Creating Access to Services: The Case of the Massachusetts Health Connector Jon Kingsdale, Founding Executive Director, Massachusetts Health Connector Jim Stergios, Executive Director, Pioneer Institute Moderator: Michael Dukakis, Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, Northeastern University; former Governor of Massachusetts
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Michigan Conference of Political Scientists: Grading the Obama Administration's Foreign Policy
A presentation held at GRCC during the Michigan Conference of Political Scientists.
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Michigan Conference of Political Scientists: Michigan Politics
A presentation held at GRCC during the Michigan Conference of Political Scientists.
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Michigan Conference of Political Scientists: The Death of Newspapers
A presentation held at GRCC during the Michigan Conference of Political Scientists.
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Michigan Conference of Political Scientists: The Supreme Court's 2009-2010 Term
A presentation held at GRCC during the Michigan Conference of Political Scientists.
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