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    A Plea for Reform

    A Plea for Reform was one of the second prize high school western division winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. Landon Tyner, a senior at Western High School in Anaheim, California,…

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    Thaddeus Stevens

    Civil War historian Brad Levin recounted the life of Civil War-era abolitionist and U.S. Representative Thaddeus Stevens. This was a virtual event hosted by the National Archives in…

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    CPAC Discussion on Abortion

    Anti-abortion activists held a discussion at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

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    CPAC Discussion on Crime

    Representatives Byron Donalds (R-FL), former Representative Mark Walker (R-NC), and Republican pollsters and fundraisers took part in a Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC)…

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    Churchill, Truman, and the "Iron Curtain" Speech

    Author Candice Millard and Institute of Museum and Library Services Director Crosby Kemper III talked about Winston Churchill’s 1946 “Iron Curtain” speech with Washington Post columnist…

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    After Words with Senator Tammy Duckworth

    Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) spoke about her life and career in the military and in the U.S. Senate. She was interviewed by Politico’s congressional editor Elana Schor.

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    Russia Resurrected

    Author Kathryn Stoner discussed Russia’s global strength and capacity to disrupt international politics. This was a virtual event hosted by Ohio State University’s Mershon Center for…

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    CPAC Discussion on Health Care

    Panelists at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) talked about health care.

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    Why It's OK to Speak Your Mind

    Bowling Green State University Philosophy Professor Hrishikesh Joshi talked about free speech and the free exchange of ideas. This virtual event was hosted by the Manhattan Institute.

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    Vietnam, Walter Cronkite, and Public Opinion

    On February 27, 1968, CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite closed a special report on Vietnam with a pessimistic assessment of the U.S. war effort. Mr. Cronkite’s remarks are often cited as a turning point in American public…

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    MIT professors Sanjay Sarma and Luke Yoquinto examined the science of how human beings learn. This program was part of the virtual 2021 Tucson Festival of Books.

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    "Alt-Right" Movement in Post-Trump Era

    The New Republic hosted a discussion with authors, journalists and historians about the history and future of the “alt-right” movement in America. Panelists included Vice News reporter Tess…

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    How Rights Went Wrong

    Columbia University Law Professor Jamal Greene looked at America’s approach to individual rights and offered his thoughts on how to build a better system of justice. This virtual event was…

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    NASA: The 25th Year

    This 1983 NASA film marks its 25th anniversary by documenting the space agency’s achievements from the October 1, 1958 founding through several early Space Shuttle missions. The film begins with…

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    House Majority Whip Clyburn on Legislative Priorities

    House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-SC) was interviewed virtually by Purdue University professor Valeria Sinclair-Chapman in an event hosted by American University. The majority whip spoke about…

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    Space Shuttle - Mission to the Future

    Narrated by actor James Doohan, best known for his role as Star Trek's “Scotty,” this NASA film also includes appearances by writers Isaac Asimov and James Michener. Produced prior to the…

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    Where Dreams Come True

    Directed by African American William Greaves and narrated by actor Ricardo Montalban, Where Dreams Come True is a 1979 NASA film highlighting the contributions of women and minorities and…

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    Legacy of Japanese American World War II Incarceration

    Author Shirley Ann Higuchi talked about Setsuko’s Secret: Heart Mountain and the Legacy of the Japanese American Incarceration. The book chronicles Ms. Higuchi’s quest to uncover her mother’s history…

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    Matt Zapotosky on Representative Gaetz Sex Trafficking Allegations

    Washington Post national security reporter Matt Zapotosky discussed the latest developments in allegations of sex trafficking against Representative Matt Gaetz (R-FL).

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    Josh Hammer Discusses Future of Conservatism

    Newsweek Opinion Editor Josh Hammer spoke to students about the future of American conservatism after the Trump presidency at a virtual event hosted by the Notre Dame Young Republicans.

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