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    Illinois Gubernatorial Campaign Ads

    Campaign ads were shown for Illinois gubernatorial candidates, incumbent Governor Pat Quinn (D) and Bruce Rauner (R).

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    South Dakota Senate Campaign Ads

    Campaign ads were shown for candidates in the South Dakota Senate race: former Governor Mike Rounds (R), Rick Weiland (D), former Senator Larry Pressler (I), and Gordon Howie (I).

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    Louisiana Senate Campaign Ads

    Louisiana Senate race campaign ads were shown for incumbent Senator Mary Landrieu (D), and challengers Representative Bill Cassidy (R), and Rob Maness (R)

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    New Hampshire Senate Campaign Ads

    Campaign ads were shown for New Hampshire Senate candidates, incumbent Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D) and former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown (R).

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    New York Gubernatorial Campaign Ads

    Campaign ads were shown for New York gubernatorial candidates: incumbent Governor Andrew Cuomo, Rob Astorino (R), Howie Hawkins (G), and Michael McDermott (L).

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    Minnesota Senate Campaign Ads

    Ads were shown for the Minnesota Senate campaigns of incumbent Senator Al Franken (D) and challenger Mike McFadden (R).

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    Illinois Senate Race Campaign Ads

    Illinois Senate race campaign ads were shown for Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D) and challenger Jim Oberweis (R).

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    Massachusetts Gubernatorial Campaign Ads

    Campaign ads were shown for Massachusetts gubernatorial candidates Attorney General Martha Coakley (D) and former Massachusetts cabinet secretary Charlie Baker (R).

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    Russell Senate Office Building, Part 1

    Senate Historian Donald Ritchie gave a tour of the Russell Senate Office Building, talked about why the Senate needed the expansion, and described some of the many historic investigations…

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    1964 "A Time For Choosing" Speech

    Ronald Reagan delivered a televised campaign speech paid for by Republican Barry Goldwater’s 1964 presidential campaign. Later titled the “A Time for Choosing”…

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    Senate Caucus Room

    Donald Ritchie described several historic investigations held in the Russell Senate Office Building, including the Truman Committee investigations of Word War II expeditures, and the…

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    Watch Online: Leon Panetta

    A video clip promoting online viewing of a book discussion program.

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    1964 Universal Newsreel on President Hoover Funeral

    This 1964 Universal newsreel is a report on the death of President Herbert Hoover, and his lying in state in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda.

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    Georgia Gubernatorial Campaign Ads

    Political ads were shown for the gubernatorial campaigns of Georgia Governor Nathan Deal (R) and his challengers, State Senator Jason Carter (D) and businessman and scientist Andrew Hunt…

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    Watch Online: Andrew Maraniss

    A video clip promoting online viewing of a book discussion program.

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    Watch Online: Anand Gopal

    A video clip promoting online viewing of a book discussion program.

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    Watch Online: Christian Sahner

    A video clip was shown to promote online viewing of a book discussion program.

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    The Weekly Standard Online Bookshelf

    A list of books from The Weekly Standard's online bookshelf recommendations was shown.

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    1964 Universal Newsreel Know Your Candidates

    A report encouraging citizens to vote and outlining the major ideas of Democratic Incumbent President Lyndon Johnson and Republican Senator Barry Goldwater.

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    Upcoming Book TV Events

    A list of upcoming Book TV event coverage as of the week of October 25, 2014.

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