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  • Presidential Politics with  John Anderson
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    Presidential Politics with John Anderson

    Former Representative John Anderson (R-IL), an Independent presidential candidate in the 1980 election, talked about presidential politics. Video clips were shown, including political…

    596 views
  • American History TV Neil Armstrong
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    Doug Brinkley on Neil Armstrong Recordings

    Doug Brinkley, who interviewed Neil Armstrong in 2001 for the NASA Johnson Space Center Oral History Project, shared some audio recordings from his interview, and discussed a 2001 conversation…

    982 views
  • Carl Bernstein on Watergate Investigation
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    Carl Bernstein on the Watergate Investigation

    Students from the Washington Center, George Mason University in Virginia, and Purdue University in Indiana, participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class, “Watergate: 40 Years Later.” Carl…

    683 views
  • Mark Halperin on the 2008 Election
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    Mark Halperin on the 2008 Election

    Students from the Washington Center, George Mason University in Virginia, and Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class. Mark Halperin…

    153 views
  • Race and Politics in America
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    Race and Politics in America

    Students from the Washington Center, George Mason University in Virginia, and Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class. Former Virginia…

    204 views
  • Washington Classroom with Craig Shirley
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    Washington Classroom with Craig Shirley

    Students from the Washington Center, George Mason University in Virginia, and Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class. Republican consultant Craig…

    126 views
  • Journalism in the 21st Century
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    Journalism in the 21st Century

    Students from the Washington Center, George Mason University in Virginia, and Purdue University in Indiana, participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class. Harvard University Professor of Global…

    160 views
  • Washington Classroom Congress and the GOP
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    Congress and the Republican Party

    Former Representative Connie Morella (R-MD) talked about Congress and the Republican Party. Students from the Washington Center, George Mason University in Virginia, and Purdue University in West…

    406 views
  • Washington Classroom with Martha Kumar
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    Washington Classroom with Martha Kumar

    Towson University Professor Martha Kumar talked about her book, Managing the President’s Message: The White House Communications Operation. She also responded to questions from students…

    166 views
  • Washington Classroom with Alfred Zacher
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    Washington Classroom with Alfred Zacher

    Alfred Zacher, author of Presidential Power in Troubled Second Terms, discussed the topic of presidential second terms with students at Purdue University, George Mason University, and the…

    75 views
  • Washington Classroom with Tom DeFrank
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    Washington Classroom with Tom DeFrank

    Tom DeFrank, political journalist and author of Write it When I’m Gone, discussed the topic “The Press and the Presidency” with students at Purdue University, George Mason University, and the…

    107 views
  • Washington Classroom with Thomas Mann
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    Washington Classroom with Thomas Mann

    Thomas Mann, co-author of The Broken Branch and It’s Even Worse Than It Looks, discussed the topic, “Congress: Is It the Broken Branch?” with students at Purdue University, George Mason University, and…

    102 views
  • Washington Classroom The Clinton White House
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    Washington Classroom with Mike McCurry

    C-SPAN’s Washington Classroom featured Mike McCurry, Former White House Press Secretary for the Clinton administration, with an inside look at the press and the presidency during the…

    212 views
  • Washington Classroom Maya MacGuineas
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    Washington Classroom Maya MacGuineas

    Maya MacGuineas, president of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, talked about the federal debt and budget deficit. She also addressed automatic spending cuts scheduled for…

    79 views
  • Washington Classroom with Judd Gregg
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    Washington Classroom with Judd Gregg

    Former Senator Judd Greg talked about his views of Congress. Topics included partisanship and political gridlock, and the federal budget and deficit.

    72 views
  • Washington Classroom on Past Presidential Nominees
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    Washington Classroom on Past Presidential Nominees

    Presidential Historian Richard Norton Smith and author Scott Farris talked about past presidential nominees who lost the race to the White House, but significantly impacted American…

    136 views
  • Evolution of Presidential Debates
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    Evolution of Presidential Debates

    Stephen Farnsworth, Robert Lichter, Rob Richie, and Carolyn Curiel talked about the evolution of presidential debates. They discussed the candidates' performances in the first two…

    1,019 views
  • Washington Classroom with Newt Minow
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    Washington Classroom with Newt Minow

    Newt Minow talked about the evolution and role of debates in the political process, and how they are affected by the quickly changing landscape of the media.

    103 views
  • Women in Modern American Politics
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    Women in Modern American Politics

    Tiffany Dufu talked about the role of women in modern American politics with students at Purdue University, George Mason University, and the Washington Center for Politics and Journalism.

    223 views
  • Polls and Focus Groups
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    Polls and Focus Groups

    Peter Hart discussed polls and focus groups with students at Purdue University, George Mason University, and the Washington Center for Politics and Journalism.

    245 views
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