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    2012 Presidential Candidates Debate

    President Obama and Mitt Romney debated domestic policy issues in a nationally televised debate from the University of Denver. The debate, presented in the a split-screen format,…

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    Diversity and the Legal Profession

    Justice Sonia Sotomayor spoke with Colorado high school and college students about her life experiences. She answered questions on a number of topics including her educational…

    1,674 views
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    The Secession Crisis

    History Professor Susan Schulten discussed the causes of America’s Civil War, including President Abraham Lincoln’s refusal to allow slavery to expand into new…

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    Press and the Presidency

    Mr. Lockhart and Mr. Carney talked about the relationship between the president and the press. Among the topics they addressed were televised coverage of government press…

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    Nixon Presidency and Watergate

    John Dean, former White House counsel to the Nixon administration from 1970 to 1973, spoke with students about the Nixon presidency and Watergate, his role in the Watergate scandal, and his…

    552 views
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    Role of Media in American Politics

    Students from the University of Denver, George Mason University, and University of the District of Columbia participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class.
    Stephen Farnsworth…

    511 views
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    2010 Midterm Elections

    Mr. Solomon and Mr. Malone spoke to college students about the 2010 midterm elections and potential impact of the Republican-led majority in the House of Representatives on…

    461 views
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    Federal Government and the Libertarian Ideology

    Students from the University of Denver (CO) participated by video feed in a distance learning class. Mr. Boaz talked to the students about the expansion of federal government and…

    401 views
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    Climate Change, Austerity, and the Return of Authoritarianism

    A panel discussion was held on topics such as science, moral issues in economics, climate change and the use of non-violent civil disobedience.

    Michael Ash is an author of an essay…

    338 views
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    John Dean on Watergate

    John Dean spoke with students about his experiences in the Nixon administration during the Watergate scandal. He also answered questions from the students.

    309 views
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    News Media and the Presidency

    Sam Donaldson and Helen Thomas spoke to the C-SPAN distance learning class, which consisted of Pace University, University of Denver, and George Mason University. They focused on the…

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    Newt Gingrich on 1994 and 2010 Midterm Elections

    Students from the University of Denver, George Mason University, and University of the District of Columbia participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class.
    The guest speaker was…

    288 views
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    State of Politics in Washington

    Four former members of Congress talked about the state of politics in Washington, D.C., the 2010 midterm elections and the politics of the upcoming 112th Congress.
    C-SPAN’s Distance…

    285 views
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    U.S. Presidency and Women

    Anne Kombult talked about her the politics of womens' votes, the 2010 midterm elections, and her book, Notes from the Cracked Ceiling: Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, and What it Will Take…

    277 views
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    Watergate, Media, and the Future of Journalism

    Ben Bradlee talked about his career and how the news industry has changed since the Nixon presidency and the Watergate scandal.
    Students from the University of Denver, George Mason…

    275 views
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    State of Congress

    Norman Ornstein and Thomas Mann, authors of The Broken Branch: How Congress is Failing America and How to Get It Back on Track, spoke with students the current state of Congress and debated…

    266 views
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    Congress, Courts, and the Presidency

    Burt Wides, former senior counsel for the House Judiciary Committee, talked to students from the University of Denver and Pace University in New York City, who participated by broadband…

    264 views
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    Interview with Amy Gershkoff

    Amy Gershkoff spoke to students about political advertising, campaign messaging, and micro-targeting various constituencies to raise funds and motivate voters.

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    Interview with Amy Kremer

    Amy Kremer spoke about the 2010 midterm elections and the role that the Tea Party movement would play in the campaign and election. She also talked about the origins of the movement,…

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    American Politics

    Political strategist and FOX News commentator Dick Morris talked about American politics, including his involvement with the Clinton administration. He also talked about the Obama…

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