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  • emThe Heart of the Constitutionem
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    The Heart of the Constitution

    Indiana University Law School professor Gerard Magliocca provided a history of the Bill of Rights.

  • emThe Road Not Takenem
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    The Road Not Taken

    Military historian Max Boot examined the impact that CIA officer Edward Lansdale had on American foreign policy and counterinsurgency tactics during the Vietnam War and in later military…

  • Free Speech on Campus
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    Free Speech on Campus

    Historians and university leaders discussed free speech and academic freedom on college campuses, and the responsibility of administrators, faculty and students when sharing ideas. They…

  • After Words with Linda Sarsour
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    After Words with Linda Sarsour

    Women’s March on Washington Co-Chair Linda Sarsour reflected on the 2017 March and what’s ahead for the movement. She was interviewed by Heather McGhee, president of Demos and Demos Action.

  • emDrug Abuse  Meeting the Challengeem
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    Drug Abuse - Meeting the Challenge

    This film was produced in 1987 by the National Institute on Drug Abuse to highlight their most recent findings regarding the causes, treatment, and prevention of drug abuse. The National…

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  • President Andrew Johnsons Legacy
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    President Andrew Johnson's Legacy

    Harvard University professor Annette Gordon-Reed talked about the legacy of Andrew Johnson, the nation’s 15th president who took office following Abraham Lincoln’s assassination in 1865. Professor…

  • emVox Populiem
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    Vox Populi

    New Criterion publisher and editor Roger Kimball examined the pros and cons of populism today.

  • Abraham Lincoln in Art and Photographs
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    Abraham Lincoln in Art and Photographs

    DePaul University professor Mark Pohlad taught a class on representations of President Abraham Lincoln in art and photographs. He described how images of Lincoln might reach different…

  • US House Meets for Legislative Business
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    House Members on Government Shutdown

    With the government shutdown in effect, House members came to the floor this morning to talk about the need to extend government funding and the reasons for why Congress failed to come to reach…

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  • Abraham Lincoln Sarah Josepha Hale and Thanksgiving
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    Abraham Lincoln, Sarah Josepha Hale, and Thanksgiving

    Author Melanie Kirkpatrick talked about the history of Thanksgiving in America, including President Lincoln’s proclamation in 1863 during the Civil War making it a national holiday. She also reflected…

  • CSPAN Radios Washington Today
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    C-SPAN Radio's Washington Today

    Washington Today looks at the government shutdown with guest Alexander Bolton from The Hill.

  • The Breakers and the Gilded Age
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    The Breakers and the Gilded Age

    During the Gilded Age, Newport, Rhode Island, became the summer home to many of the country’s most wealthy, including the Vanderbilts. The Preservation Society of Newport County CEO Trudy Coxe described the…

  • emThe Corrupt Classroomem

    The Corrupt Classroom

    Pacific Research Institute fellow Lance Izumi argued that parents should have the right to opt out of the public school system.

  • House Continues Debate on Government Shutdown
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    House Session on Government Shutdown

    The House reconvenes to continue debate on government funding. Earlier in the day, House members came to the floor to talk about the need to extend government funding and the reasons why Congress…

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  • emWhy Wilson Mattersem
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    Why Wilson Matters

    Professor Tony Smith talked about his book Why Wilson Matters: The Origin of American Liberal Internationalism and Its Crisis Today, in which he offers his thoughts on the impact of President Woodrow Wilson on American…

  • Touro Synagogue
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    Touro Synagogue

    The Touro Synagogue is the oldest synagogue in the country. Tour guide Karen Flippo talked about the building’s history which spans five centuries. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in…

  • Senator Schumer Negotiating with White House is Like Negotiating with JellO
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    Senator Schumer News Conference

    Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) called on the president to lead and call leaders of both chambers to the White House to continue talks to end the government shutdown. His…

  • House Republicans Speak with Reporters
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    House Republican News Conference

    House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers held a news conference alongside other members to talk about the government shutdown. They called on Senate Democrats to do what’s…

  • White House Accuses Senator Schumer of Mischaracterizing Meeting with President
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    White House Press Briefing on Government Shutdown

    White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney and Legislative Affairs Director Marc Short held a news conference to talk about how the Trump administration is managing the shutdown.

  • Slavery at Presidential Plantations
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    Slavery at Presidential Plantations

    Historians and university leaders discussed free speech and academic freedom on college campuses, and the responsibility of administrators, faculty and students when sharing ideas. They…

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