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    Federalist 78 and Marbury v. Madison

    Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer explained the power of judicial review and how Hamilton's…

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    The History of Expanding the Supreme Court

    University of Michigan Law School professor and Supreme Court historian Richard Friedman discussed how…

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    The Congressional Career of Jeannette Rankin

    House of Representatives historian Matthew Wasniewski and Curator Farar Elliott discussed the career of…

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    The Use of Monkeys during the Space Program

    Paul Morando, chief curator at the National Museum of the U.S. Army in Fort Belvoir, Virginia, explained…

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    Japanese American Soldiers in World War II

    Paul Morando, chief curator at the National Museum of the U.S. Army in Fort Belvoir, Virginia, provided…

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    The Controlled Substances Act of 1970

    Colorado College professor Santiago Guerra discussed the 1970 Controlled Substances Act and how it…

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    Winston Churchill's Iron Curtain Speech

    Timothy Riley, the National Churchill Museum director and chief curator, discussed the speech that…

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    Greenbacks and Early Currency in the United States

    Author Joshua Greenberg discussed the system of paper currency that was in place prior to the…

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    The Relationship between Clothing, Race and Politics

    Stanford University law Professor Richard Thompson Ford discussed the connection between race and…

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    Impact of the 1783 Treaty of Paris in the U.S.

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Professor Kathleen DuVal discussed the impact of the 1783…

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    Enlightenment and Classical Ideas in 18th Century America

    Author Caroline Winterer (The Culture of Classicism) discussed how America's founders were influenced by…

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    Detroit's Paradise Valley and Urban Renewal

    Paradise Valley was the business and entertainment district in Detroit for African Americans from the…

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    What Makes a Good Inaugural Address

    Historian and author Michael Beschloss used examples of five historic inaugural addresses to discuss…

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    The Federalist Papers

    Grove City College president Paul McNulty explained the purpose of the Federalist Papers and how they…

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    The Constitutional Convention

    Grove City College president Paul McNulty explained how the meeting of the Constitutional Convention…

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    1933 Inauguration Period

    Eric Rauchway discussed the financial state of the country surrounding FDR's inauguration. He described…

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    FDR and Hoover - 1932 Transition

    Eric Rauchway talked about the relationship between Herbert Hoover and Franklin Roosevelt during the…

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    Abraham Lincoln's First Inaugural Speech

    Sam Waterston read Lincoln's First Inaugural Speech. Historian Susan Schulten discussed how this speech…

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    Politics and the Election of 1860

    Historian Susan Schulten discussed the significance of the election of 1860. She explained the issues…

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    Relative Location and Rebuilding after the Great Chicago Fire

    Northwestern University History Professor Carl Smith discussed the importance of Chicago's location to…

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    The Mayflower Compact

    Plimoth Patuxet Deputy Executive Director Richard Pickering explained how the Pilgrims landed in New…

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    History of Wheelchair Basketball

    Journalist David Davis provided a history of the first wheelchair basketball teams comprised of World…

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    The History of Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings

    The Cato Institute’s Ilya Shapiro talked about the history of U.S. Supreme Court nominations and the…

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    Historical Uses of the 25th Amendment

    Michigan State University law professor Brian Kalt talked about the 25th amendment which addresses…

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    Woman's Christian Temperance Union

    Scholar Sarah Bell talked about the origin of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union in 1874 and its…

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    The History of Race and the Electoral College

    Harvard University Professor Alexander Keyssar offered his thoughts about the Electoral College and how…

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    Early Life of Harriet Tubman

    Historian Erica Armstrong Dunbar talks about the early life of Araminta Ross (Harriet Tubman).

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    CORE: Congress of Racial Equality

    University of Massachusetts, Amherst Professor Traci Parker explains CORE, the Congress of Racial…

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    1919 "Red Summer"

    Journalist and author Cameron McWhirter and historian Saje Mathieu talked about what the conditions were…

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    Marquis de Lafayette and the American Revolution

    Marquis de Lafayette -- portrayed by Colonial Williamsburg’s Mark Schneider talked about Lafayette's…

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    The Hijacking of Flight 93

    National Park Service Ranger Adam Shaffer gave a tour of the Flight 93 National Memorial near…

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    The Polio Epidemic

    University of California at Berkeley historian of medicine Elena Conis talked the symptoms and spread of…

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    The Development of the Polio Vaccine in the 1950s

    University of California at Berkeley historian of medicine Elena Conis talked about the development and…

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    Rosenwald Schools in the Segregated South

    Author Stephanie Deutsche talked about the partnership between Julius Rosenwald and Booker T. Washington…

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    The History of Mail-In and Absentee Voting

    Bipartisan Policy Center’s John Fortier talked about the history of absentee and mail-in voting laws.…

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    The Expanding Labor Force after World War II

    Author and New York Times economics reporter Jim Tankersley talked about the impact that the end of…

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    The Voting Rights Act and African Americans in Congress

    Matthew Wasniewski and Farar Elliott historians for the House of Representatives talked about the impact…

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    The Great Migration and Black Representation in Congress

    Matthew Wasniewski and Farar Elliott, historians at the House of Representatives, talked about the Great…

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    Abolitionism and the Early Women's Rights Movement

    Journalist and author Elaine Weiss discussed the connections between the abolitionist movement and the…

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    Phillis Wheatley

    R. Scott Stephenson, Vice President of Collections, Exhibitions and Programming at the museum of the…

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    Shirley Chisholm and Black Women in Politics

    Purdue University associate professor of political science and African American studies Nadia Brown…

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    The Origins and Legacy of the Korean War

    A overview of the origins and legacy of the Korean War. A U.S. Information Agency video provides the…

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    The Layout and Growth of New York City

    New York School of Interior Design Architectural History Professor Barry Lewis talks about New York City…

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    The Power of the Supreme Court to Check the President

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    The Women's Suffrage Movement and the 19th Amendment

    Journalist Erin Geiger Smith talked about the history of voting in the United States and discussed the…

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    The Immigration Act of 1924

    Author Jia Lynn Yang discussed the Immigration Act of 1924 and how it changed immigration policy in the…

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    The 1959 Kitchen Debate

    Alison Mann and Katie Speckart from the State Department’s U.S. Diplomacy Center discussed the 1959…

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    Escaped Slaves in Detroit

    The first race riots in Detroit happened in 1833. Those riots were sparked by the imprisonment of…

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    The 1966 Fulbright Hearings on the Vietnam War

    Senate Historian Emeritus Donald Ritchie explained the significance of the 1966 Vietnam hearings and how…

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    The 1956 Southern Manifesto

    Yale University law Professor Justin Driver talked about the 1956 “Southern Manifesto,” a document…

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    The Early Life of Malcolm X

    University of Texas history professor Peniel Joseph discussed the early life of Malcolm X and how that…

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    The Impact of W.E.B Du Bois and Marcus Garvey

    Author and historian Peniel Joseph talked about how W.E.B Du Bois and Marcus Garvey influenced the Black…

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    Thomas Jefferson’s Views on Race

    Craig Fehrman talked about his book, Author in Chief: The Untold Story of Our Presidents and the Books…

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    Nativism and the Know Nothings

    Steve Inskeep, host of NPR’s “Morning Edition,” talked about the anti-immigrant sentiment during…

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    Changes to the United States in the 1840s

    Steve Inskeep, host of NPR’s “Morning Edition,” discussed the size and demographics of the United…

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    Detroit's Birwood Wall

    In 1941, a developer built the Birwood Wall in northwest Detroit that was meant to separate white and…

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    1966 Civil Rights Movement in Mobile, AL

    Eric Finley talked about the Civil Rights movement in Mobile, AL, including voting rights and community…

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    Hidden Figures of Mobile, Alabama

    Dora Franklin Finley African-American Heritage Trail Tour Guide Eric Finley discusses some of Mobile,…

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    Mobile, AL: Slavery and the Clotilda

    Tour guide Eric Finley explains the history of the final trip of enslaved people on board the Clotilda…

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    The Slave Market in Mobile, Alabama

    Tour guide Eric Finley explains the history of the slave market in Mobile, Alabama.

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    The Dawes Act and Indian Land Ownership

    Muscogee (Creek) Nation curator John Beaver discussed the 1887 Dawes Act which changed how Indians in…

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    The Double V Campaign During World War II

    Kim Guise gave a tour of the “Fighting for the Right to Fight: African American Experiences in WWII”…

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    The French Settlement of Mobile, Alabama

    Mobile, AL tour guide Eric Finley explained the founding of Mobile by the French in 1702.

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    The Truman Doctrine

    Clay Bauske, curator at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum, talked about the origins of…

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    The Works Progress Administration

    Sandra Opdycke of Vassar College’s Institute for Innovation in Social Policy explained the history of…

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    The Legacy of John C. Fremont

    Steve Inskeep, host of NPR’s “Morning Edition,” talked about his book, Imperfect Union, which…

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    Hamilton's Financial Plan

    Chris Meyers, director of education for the Museum of American Finance, explained Alexander Hamilton's…

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    Levittown and Post-World War II Suburbanization

    Professor Evan Friss talked about the evolution of suburbs after World War II. Using Levittown, NY as an…

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    The Origins of Redlining

    Professor Evan Friss talked about the origins of redlining and the creation of the Home Owners' Loan…

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    Women's Christian Temperance Union and Suffrage

    Historian Kate Clarke Lemay talked about the Women's Christian Temperance movement and how it impacted…

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    Labor Unions and the 1892 Homestead Steel Strike

    Joshua Freeman, history professor at Queens College discussed the 1982 steel strike in Homestead, PA and…

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    Changes in the Labor Force in the 1890s

    Washington University in St. Louis history professor Margaret Garb talked about the ways that labor…

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    Interpreting Documents during the AP U.S. History Exam

    Jason Stacy and Matthew Ellington, co-authors of Fabric of a Nation: A Brief History with Skills and…

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    The 1960 U-2 Spy Plane Incident

    Gary Powers, Jr., son of the U-2 pilot shot down in the Soviet Union on May 1, 1960. The U-2 spy…

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    The Division of Germany and Berlin after World War II

    This 1962 film documents Germany and the city of Berlin after World War II. It highlights the factors…

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    Civil Defense and Fallout Shelters during the Cold War

    Gary Powers, Jr. gave a tour of the Cold War Museum in Warrenton, Virginia. He spoke about the actions…

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    Society after the 1918 Influenza Pandemic

    Dr. Howard Markel, director of the Center for the History of Medicine at the University of Michigan,…

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    Mormon Pioneers in Missouri

    Church of Latter-day Saints (LDS) Elder George Peterson explained the migration of Mormons to…

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    The American Exclave of Point Roberts, Washington

    Residents of Point Roberts, Washington told their story about the hardships created by living in the…

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    Industrialization and Lowell Mill Girls

    Queens College History professor Joshua Freeman talked about the history of factories. He discussed…

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    American Transcendentalism and Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Christie Jackson, senior curator of the Trustees of Reservations gave a tour of the Old Manse in…

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    Horace Mann and Early Public Education

    Author Nikhal Goyal discussed Horace Mann's role in developing the American public education system in…

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    The Alien and Sedition Acts

    Edith Gelles and Jim Taylor talked about the legacy of John and Abigail Adams and the passage of the…

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    President Franklin Roosevelt’s Fireside Chats

    Historian and commentator Doris Kearns Goodwin discussed President Franklin Roosevelt's fireside chats…

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    Charles Lindbergh and the First Solo Transatlantic Flight

    At the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., curator Jeremy Kinney explained…

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    Victory Gardens during World War II

    This 1942 U.S. Department of Agriculture film promotes Victory Gardens and provides instructions to help…

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    The Wright Brothers and the First Flight

    At the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., curator Jeremy Kinney explained…

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    Adam Smith and the Wealth of Nations

    Scott Christianson talked about his book, 100 Documents that Changed the World: From the Magna Carta to…

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    The First Great Awakening

    Baylor University professor Thomas Kidd taught a class on the first Great Awakening. He spoke about the…

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    Triangular Trade in New England

    Keith Stokes of 1696 Heritage Group discussed the concept known as triangle trade that connected the…

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    William Penn and the Quakers

    Lynne Calamia gave a tour of the Arch Street Friends Meeting House in Philadelphia. She explained a…

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    The Settlement of Detroit and New France

    Bill Pringle, curatorial assistant at the Detroit Historical Museum toured the museum and explained the…

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    Native American Governance and the U.S. Constitution

    Kevin Gover explains the theory of how the ideas found in Native American governance influenced the…

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    The Doctrine of Discovery

    Kevin Gover explains the origin of this European concept which claimed indigenous people around the…

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    Native Americans and the U.S. Armed Forces

    National Museum of the American Indian Director Kevin Gover discussed the use of Native American names…

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    Religion in Colonial America

    Baylor University professor Thomas Kidd explained the religious differences between the regions of the…

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    The Spanish Settlement of Los Angeles

    Ken Luftig Viste, curator at the La Plaza de Cultura y Artes, a Mexican-American cultural center in…

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    The Spanish Settlement in Tucson, Arizona

    Jonathan Mabry, Historic Preservation Officer in Tucson, AZ and Rick Collins, Vice President of the…

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    The Spanish Empire in Western Florida

    Rob Blount, executive director of Mission San Luis in Tallahassee, Florida, talked about the Spanish…

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    The First and Second Industrial Revolutions

    Norton Reamer, author of "Investment: A History", talked about the first and second industrial…

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