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  • Political Climate During President James Buchanan Administration
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    Political Climate During President James Buchanan Administration

    Edna Medford talked about the political climate of America during President Buchanan’s term, which ended immediately before the start of the Civil War but included the secession of South…

    626 views
  • Discussion on Watergate with House Judiciary Committee Members
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    Nixon Resignation Special: Watergate Impact

    The panel includes legislators who were members of the House Judiciary Committee that, in 1974, passed three articles of impeachment against President Nixon charging him with obstruction of…

    236 views
  • Oral Argument Audio Tapes emRoe v Wadeem
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    Oral Argument Audio Tapes: Roe v. Wade

    Sarah Weddington, the attorney who argued and won the case of Roe v. Wade before the Supreme Court, discussed the publication of audio tapes of the arguments. She indicated that she was…

    826 views
  • Remembering Pearl Harbor
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    Remembering Pearl Harbor

    On the anniversary of the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, the guests remembered the events of fifty years ago. The guests discussed what the situation was like in the United States before the…

    542 views
  • emApollo The Race to the Moonem
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    Apollo: The Race to the Moon

    In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission, authors Charles Murray and Catherine Bly Cox discussed their recent book, Apollo, The Race to the Moon. Rather…

    4,241 views
  • emMinier v CIAem
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    Minier v. CIA

    Professor Cole was interviewed on the procedure of a U.S. Appeals Court and on the background of Minier v. Central Intelligence Agency. Then the oral argument of the case before the three-judge…

    180 views
  • 1968  The Year and The Culture
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    1968 - The Year and The Culture

    Rep. Norton and Rep. Morella discussed the culture of the late 1960's during a retrospective of the year 1968. The two guests spoke on the effect of the deaths of Malcolm X, Sen. Robert…

    70 views
  • Life and Career of John Connally
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    Life and Career of John Connally

    Governor Connally served as a three-term governor of the state of Texas. Born February 27, 1917, in Floresville, Texas, he received his education at the University of Texas and graduated in 1941. He discussed his…

    544 views
  • Inside Look at a Washington Law Firm
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    Inside Look at a Washington Law Firm

    Interviews with attorneys and staff of Shaw, Pittman, Potts and Trowbridge illustrated the daily business of a Washington law firm.

    180 views
  • Life and Career of Lloyd Bentsen
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    Life and Career of Lloyd Bentsen

    Senator Lloyd Bentsen talked about his political career, his 1988 vice-presidential campaign, and his years as a World War II pilot. Mr. Bentsen received his law degree from the University of Texas. He…

    200 views
  • Bush Campaign Rally
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    Bush Campaign Rally

    President George H.W. Bush spoke to a crowd of enthusiastic supporters at a rally following the presidential debate.

    103 views
  • Uplink Campaign 1992
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    Uplink Campaign 1992

    Mike Glover talked about how the Iowa caucus process works and Iowa’s role in the presidential nomination. He said that he expected a low turnout due to Senator Tom Harkin’s campaign.

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  • Life and Career of Jamie Whitten
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    Life and Career of Jamie Whitten

    Earlier this month, Representative Jamie Whitten celebrated 50 years of service in the House of Representatives. He discussed his life and career, including over half a century of public…

    237 views
  • Life and Career of Bill Archer
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    Life and Career of Bill Archer

    Representative Bill Archer is an eleven-term representative. He explained is work as the ranking Republican member of the powerful Ways and Means Committee, and discussed his special…

    180 views
  • El Salvador Politics
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    El Salvador Politics

    Martha Doggett talked about the history of relations between the United States and El Salvador. She discussed the on going peace negotiations that could put an end to El Salvador’s 12 year…

    168 views
  • Copyright Law emRogers v Koonsem
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    Copyright Law: Rogers v. Koons

    The program started with a roundtable discussion of legal experts examining copyright laws versus First Amendment rights and then showed footage from the courtroom proceedings of Rogers v.…

    600 views
  • Hometown Acquaintances of Clarence Thomas
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    Hometown Acquaintances of Clarence Thomas

    Abraham Famble and William Anderson, childhood friends of U.S. Court of Appeals Judge and Supreme Court Nominee Clarence Thomas, discussed their views of the personality of Clarence Thomas as a…

    82 views
  • Life and Career of Robert Strauss
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    Life and Career of Robert Strauss

    Mr. Strauss was recently appointed U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union. He was selected despite his allegiance to the Democratic Party, for which he served as national party chairman during the 1970s. Mr. Strauss also served as a special trade…

    262 views
  • Western Aid to the Soviet Union
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    Western Aid to the Soviet Union

    Ms. Ter-Minassian, coordinator of a task force of the International Monetary Fund assigned to produce a report on the state of the Soviet economy and possible methods of Western aid to the…

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  • Reaction to Judge Thomas Nomination
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    Reaction to Judge Thomas Nomination

    Robert Bork, former U.S. Court of Appeals Judge, discussed the nomination of U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court. Judge Bork was nominated for the Supreme Court…

    75 views
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