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The final episode in a ten-part U.S. Army history series tells the story of the 1950 to 1953 Korean War, when the U.S. military joined other countries to fight communist forces under the direction of the United Nations. Sponsor: U.S. Army
Topics: korea, united nations, u.n., united states army, china, seoul, truman, pusan, douglas macarthur,...
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This Academy Award-winning short U.S. Army film depicts the crisis of millions of refugees and orphans at the end of World War II. Showing many graphic scenes of traumatized, hungry, and poorly clothed children recorded by the U.S. Signal Corps, the film was responsible for helping to raise millions of dollars for relief efforts led by the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA). Sponsor: Army Pictorial Center
Topic: united nations
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This U.S. Army film shows the June, 1945 founding of the United Nations and documents how the international body responded to world crises in its first five years. Highlighted conflicts include those associated with Indonesian independence, border struggles between newly-independent India and Pakistan, territorial conflicts over the founding of Israel, and the Korean War. Sponsor: U.S. Army
Topics: united nations, india, indonesia, korea, pakistan, soviet union, north koreans, security council,...
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This Office of War Information film documents the founding United Nations conference of April to June 1945 in which the U.N. Charter was created, debated, and signed by all 50 participating nations. This documentary is directed by noted photographer and filmmaker Willard van Dyke. Sponsor: U.S. Office of War Information
Topics: united nations, san francisco, van dyke, united nations organization, truman, germany, dumbarton...
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The directors of the Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy presidential libraries talked about the political relationships between members of the Roosevelt and Kennedy families -- in particular, the alliance between Eleanor Roosevelt and JFK. The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library provided this video. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: kennedy, paul, alan, jfk, fdr, eleanor roosevelt, england, eleanor, john f. kennedy, joseph...
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President Bill Clinton and former Senator Bob Dole (R-KS) met in Hartford, Connecticut, for the first of two presidential debates prior to the 1996 presidential election. The debate was moderated by Jim Lehrer, who questioned the candidates. He asked the candidates questions in the following manner: the candidate had 90 seconds to respond, the opponent had 60 seconds to rebut and the candidate had 30 seconds to respond to the rebuttal. There were two minute opening and closing statements....
Topics: dole, clinton, mr. lehrer, cuba, bosnia, washington, saddam hussein, kennedy, jim, haiti, gingrich,...
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Archivist Craig Wright talked about a fall 1921 road trip that future first lady Lou Hoover took with her newly widowed father -- traveling from California to Washington, D.C., long before there was an interstate highway system. Her father documented the September 12 to October 16 trip down to how much they spent on gas. His four page summary is in the collection of the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum, and is quoted during this talk. The Hoover Presidential Foundation provided...
Topics: california, washington, iowa, waterloo, elco, bush, d.c., craig, china, eisenhower, dukakis,...
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Rider University professor Myra Gutin taught a class on presidents and communications in both their campaigns and while in office. Starting with Teddy Roosevelt in the early 20th century and continuing to the present day, she assessed the effectiveness of presidential communications based on six categories: vision, charisma, pragmatism, consensus-building, credibility, luck and speaking ability. Due to the coronavirus pandemic this class took place online and Rider University provided the...
Topics: gutin, white house, dallek, roosevelt, barack obama, hoover, joe biden, franklin roosevelt, herbert...
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President George H.W. Bush, Governor Bill Clinton (D-AR), and H. Ross Perot met at Washington University in St. Louis for the first of three presidential debates prior to the 1992 presidential election. The debate was moderated by Jim Lehrer and questions were asked by three journalists. The three candidates, standing at separate podia, responded to the questions and rebutted their opponents' statements. Following the debate, they shook hands and mingled with the correspondents and their...
Topics: bush, clinton, mr. perot, jim lehrer, washington, perot, china, white house, russia, europe, ross,...
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Historic site manager Paige Gibbons Backus talked about the state of medical knowledge at the beginning of the Civil War, including surgical practices and diseases common among the soldiers. She also described advances later in the war such as sterilization and reconstructive surgery that drastically improved a soldier's chance of survival. This talk was part of a symposium on "The War in the East" hosted by the "Emerging Civil War" blog. Sponsor: Emerging Civil War
Topics: washington, d.c., gettysburg, philadelphia, manassas, clinton, new york, ross perot, william...
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Caroline Wood Newhall, a postdoctoral fellow at the Virginia Center for Civil War Studies, discussed her research on black prisoners of war in the Confederacy. She talked about the misconception that all captured U.S. Colored Troops were executed and describes how many were instead enslaved, including those born free in the North. The Center for Civil War Studies at Virginia Tech hosted this online talk and provided the video. Sponsor: Virginia Polytechnic Inst. and State Univ. | Virginia...
Topics: captivity, newhall, quigley, virginia, alabama, charleston, carter, caroline, north carolina,...
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This Office of War Information film documents the founding United Nations conference of April to June 1945 in which the U.N. Charter was created, debated, and signed by all 50 participating nations. This documentary is directed by noted photographer and filmmaker Willard van Dyke. Sponsor: U.S. Office of War Information
Topics: san francisco, united nations, virginia, truman, bill clinton, roosevelt, dumbarton oaks, united...
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Senator Chris Dodd talked about his book, Letters from Nuremberg: My Father's Narrative of a Quest for Justice, published by Crown. In the book he chronicles the Nuremberg trials of Nazi leaders after WWII through his father's letters to his mother. Thomas J. Dodd was a prosecuter on the Nuremberg trials and wrote to his wife about the trial and the many people involved from a personal perspective. This is Senator Dodd's first book, written with Larry Bloom. Thomas Justin Dodd opened the...
Topics: nuremberg, whitney harris, larry, jackson, justin, larry bloom, whitney, europe, rudolph herz,...
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Charles Stewart, co-author of "Fighting for the Speakership: The House & the Rise of Party Government," discussed the history of electing the Speaker of the U.S. House in a new Congress. Mr. Stewart examined how the process has changed since 1789, and the influence of partisanship on those changes. The National Archives's Center for Legislative Archives hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration | Center for Legislative Archives
Topics: Speaker of the House Elections, Television Program
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Charles Stewart, co-author of "Fighting for the Speakership: The House & the Rise of Party Government," discussed the history of electing the Speaker of the U.S. House in a new Congress. Mr. Stewart examined how the process has changed since 1789, and the influence of partisanship on those changes. The National Archives's Center for Legislative Archives hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration | Center for Legislative Archives
Topics: Speaker of the House Elections, Television Program
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University of Utah political science professor David Buhler taught a class about presidential debates and their influence on voters. He used examples from previous debates such as John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon in 1960 and outlines strategies campaigns might use depending on whether a candidate is ahead or behind in the polls. Professor Buhler taught the class prior to this year's vice presidential debate, which took place October 7 at the University of Utah. Sponsor: University of Utah
Topics: buhler, putin, reagan, nixon, kennedy, carter, russia, europe, nixon, jimmy carter, wilson, hatch,...
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Archivist Craig Wright talked about a fall 1921 road trip that future first lady Lou Hoover took with her newly widowed father -- traveling from California to Washington, D.C., long before there was an interstate highway system. Her father documented the September 12 to October 16 trip down to how much they spent on gas. His four page summary is in the collection of the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum, and is quoted during this talk. The Hoover Presidential Foundation provided...
Topics: california, washington, waterloo, iowa, elco, d.c., craig, china, continental, monterey, craig...
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This United Newsreel documents the founding meeting of the United Nations. The UN Charter was signed on June 26, 1945 in San Francisco by over forty nations. Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration
Topics: united nations, san francisco, truman, halifax, joe mccarthy, russia, white house, craig wright
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The final episode in a ten-part U.S. Army history series tells the story of the 1950 to 1953 Korean War, when the U.S. military joined other countries to fight communist forces under the direction of the United Nations. Sponsor: U.S. Army
Topics: korea, united nations, seoul, truman, united states army, china, south korea, north korea, douglas...
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This Academy Award-winning short U.S. Army film depicts the crisis of millions of refugees and orphans at the end of World War II. Showing many graphic scenes of traumatized, hungry, and poorly clothed children recorded by the U.S. Signal Corps, the film was responsible for helping to raise millions of dollars for relief efforts led by the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA). Sponsor: Army Pictorial Center
Topics: united nations, cuba
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This U.S. Army film shows the June, 1945 founding of the United Nations and documents how the international body responded to world crises in its first five years. Highlighted conflicts include those associated with Indonesian independence, border struggles between newly-independent India and Pakistan, territorial conflicts over the founding of Israel, and the Korean War. Sponsor: U.S. Army
Topics: united nations, india, indonesia, korea, pakistan, north koreans, britain, jerusalem, soviet union,...
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This Office of War Information film documents the founding United Nations conference of April to June 1945 in which the U.N. Charter was created, debated, and signed by all 50 participating nations. This documentary is directed by noted photographer and filmmaker Willard van Dyke. Sponsor: U.S. Office of War Information
Topics: san francisco, united nations, van dyke, truman, roosevelt, united nations organization
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Charles Stewart, co-author of "Fighting for the Speakership: The House & the Rise of Party Government," discussed the history of electing the Speaker of the U.S. House in a new Congress. Mr. Stewart examined how the process has changed since 1789, and the influence of partisanship on those changes. The National Archives's Center for Legislative Archives hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration | Center for Legislative Archives
Topics: john boehner, van buren, mr. stewart, united nations, pennington, pelosi, house, henry, cleveland,...
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University of Utah political science professor David Buhler taught a class about presidential debates and their influence on voters. He used examples from previous debates such as John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon in 1960 and outlines strategies campaigns might use depending on whether a candidate is ahead or behind in the polls. Professor Buhler taught the class prior to this year's vice presidential debate, which took place October 7 at the University of Utah. Sponsor: University of Utah
Topics: buhler, putin, russia, reagan, kennedy, europe, carter, nixon, hatch, john kennedy, nixon, obama,...
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Thomas Brown is the author of "Civil War Monuments & the Militarization of America." He discussed his book with Gregory Downs and Kate Masur, co-editors of the Journal of the Civil War Era. They examined the artistic, social and political movements that influenced Civil War monument designs, particularly the development of a national desire to celebrate the experience and sacrifice of the common soldier. The Journal of the Civil War Era hosted this event and provided the video....
Topics: thomas, gregory, united nations, washington, kate, france, south carolina, indonesia, julian carr,...
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The Spanish Governor's Palace in San Antonio is the last visual remnants of the Presidio San Antonio de Bejar. Colleen Swain, Director of the San Antonio World Heritage Office and Museum Assistant Charlotte Boord shared the story. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Local Content Vehicle
Topics: adobe, mexico
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Gettysburg College Civil War Institute hosted a online discussion about how interpretation has changed over the years at the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park. Guest Beth Parnicza talked about her experience working for the National Park Service at Fredericksburg then Appomattox and what she highlights to visitors. Gettysburg College Civil War Institute provided the video for this event. Sponsor: Gettysburg College | Civil War Institute
Topics: appomattox, fredericksburg, robinson, ambrose burnside, john robinson, beth, spotsylvania, pete,...
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Alan Price, director of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston, talked about the Kennedy Administration's efforts on women's rights. He explained that women's rights were a part of candidate Kennedy's platform and how that translated into the President's Commission on the Status of Women and the Equal Pay Act of 1963. The National Archives Foundation hosted this discussion and provided the video. Sponsor: Foundation for the National Archives
Topics: kennedy, patrick, alan, eleanor roosevelt, italy, jfk, white house, ernest hemingway, mrs. kennedy,...
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Ian Buruma, professor of democracy, human rights, and journalism at Bard College, talked about his book, Year Zero: A History of 1945, in which he examines the world following the end of World War II. In his book, the author looks at the transformative nature of the war, from the displacement of people in battle worn cities throughout Europe and Japan to the creation of the United Nations and the continued rise of communism in the Soviet Union and China. Ian Buruma spoke with author Martin Amis...
Topics: germany, hitler, france, japan, berlin, poland, europe, new york, nazis, george steiner,...
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Three historians looked at the struggle by black troops in two World Wars to overcome racism and earn the right to fight as combat soldiers. Speakers included John Morrow Jr. and Jeffrey Sammons, co-authors of "Harlem's Rattlers and the Great War," and Robert Jefferson, author of "Fighting for Hope." The National World War II Museum in New Orleans hosted this discussion and provided the video. Sponsor: National World War II Museum
Topics: sammons, jefferson, henry johnson, morrow, normandy, europe, pacific, mr. lengel, vernon baker, new...
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President George H.W. Bush, Governor Bill Clinton (D-AR), and H. Ross Perot met at the University of Richmond for the second of three presidential debates prior to the 1992 presidential election. They answered questions from the audience about their campaigns and their policy preferences. They focused primarily on economic issues. The audience consisted of 209 undecided voters from the Richmond, Virginia, area. Sponsor: White House,Commission on Presidential Debates,University of Richmond
Topics: ms. simpson, mr. perot, bush, clinton, perot, washington, ross, russia, virginia, carole, ross...
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University of Mary Washington history professor William Crawley discussed Woodrow Wilson's political career and legacy, focusing on his presidency. The University of Mary Washington hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: University of Mary Washington
Topics: wilson, woodrow wilson, washington, paris, virginia, roosevelt, princeton, europe, woodrow,...
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Author John Wukovits discussed his book "Dogfight Over Tokyo: The Final Air Battle of the Pacific, and the Last Four Men to Die in World War II." The book tells the story of a group of American aviators who took off on a bombing mission from the carrier USS Yorktown on August 15, 1945, and were attacked over Japan shortly after receiving word that the war had ended. The National World War II Museum hosted this online event and provided the video. Sponsor: National World War II Museum
Topics: john, jeremy, billy, tokyo, pacific, eugene, halsey, japan, kokomo, yorktown, joe saloff, navy,...
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We tour a Library of Congress exhibit on the life and work of journalist, social reformer and photographer Jacob Riis with exhibition director Cheryl Regan and curator Barbara Bair. Author Bonnie Yochelson is interviewed about her companion book. The exhibit includes Library of Congress documents and photographs from the Museum of the City of New York and is titled, "Jacob Riis: Revealing "How the Other Half Lives." Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV
Topics: new york, jacob riis, riis, theodore roosevelt, denmark, katie, united nations, barbara, manhattan,...
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Three political scientists discuss the 1976 presidential campaign between incumbent Republican Gerald Ford and Democratic challenger Jimmy Carter. The program includes video highlights from presidential debates and campaign events. The U.S. Information Agency produced this program to explain the U.S. election system to international audiences. Sponsor: U.S. Information Agency
Topics: carter, penniman, ford, washington, stephen hess, mr. hess, reagan, europe, nixon, national...
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Ronald Reagan delivered a critique of the growth of government and President Lyndon Johnson's policies in this speech called "The Myth of the Great Society." The film was donated to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, and the exact date and location of Mr. Reagan's remarks are unknown, but the library believes it was in New York in 1966 -- the same year that Ronald Reagan won his campaign for California governor. Sponsor: Conservative Alliance, Inc.
Topics: virginia, washington, ronald reagan, california, england, peter
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1960 Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John F. Kennedy appears in Texas before a meeting of Houston ministers to address the topic of church and state, religious freedom, and tolerance. Paid for by the Kennedy-Johnson Texas Campaign Committee, the broadcast includes an extended question and answer session. John F. Kennedy was the first Catholic to be elected president of the United States. During the 1960 campaign, many Protestant groups publicly opposed Senator Kennedy, fearing the...
Topics: kennedy, houston, vatican, john f. kennedy, john kennedy, ronald reagan, philadelphia, virginia,...
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Three political scientists discuss the 1976 presidential campaign between incumbent Republican Gerald Ford and Democratic challenger Jimmy Carter. The program includes video highlights from presidential debates and campaign events. The U.S. Information Agency produced this program to explain the U.S. election system to international audiences. Sponsor: U.S. Information Agency
Topics: Reel America "Election 1976 - The Candidates & the Campaign", Television Program
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Vice President Dan Quayle, Senator Al Gore (D-TN), and Vice Admiral James Stockdale, the running mate of independent presidential candidate H. Ross Perot, met at the Georgia Institute of Technology for the 1992 vice presidential debate. The debate was moderated by Hal Bruno and was conducted in a discussion format. The candidates' responses to questions were followed by discussion periods in which the candidates could directly address one another. The three men stood at separate podia during...
Topics: bill clinton, george bush, gore, stockdale, quayle, clinton, bush, dan quayle, dan, europe, ross...
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Senators Dan Quayle (R-IN) and Lloyd Bentsen (D-TX) met in Omaha, Nebraska, for the 1988 vice presidential debate. The debate was moderated by Judy Woodruff. Other panelists were Tom Brokaw, Jon Margolis, and Brit Hume. Each candidate was questioned in turn with two minutes to respond and a one-minute rebuttal. Each candidate had two minutes for a closing statement. Sponsor: Commission on Presidential Debates
Topics: bentsen, quayle, george bush, michael dukakis, benson, massachusetts, dukakis, indiana, soviet...
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Vice President George H.W. Bush and Representative Geraldine Ferraro (D-NY) met in Philadephia for the 1984 vice presidential candidates debate. They debated a variety of issues including abortion and the U.S. economy. The first half of the debate was focused on domestic policy and the second half on foreign policy. The debate was moderated by Sander Vanocur. Other panelists were John Mashek, Jack White, Norma Quarles, and Robert Boyd. The same question was posed to each candidate, who had...
Topics: bush, reagan, ferraro, mondale, nicaragua, soviets, lebanon, ronald reagan, cia, iran, mr. mondale,...
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This 1972 campaign film paid for by the McGovern for President Committee features Democratic nominee Sen. George McGovern (D-South Dakota) as he meets a variety of voters across the United States who are struggling with economic problems. Profiled are senior citizens, a Baltimore steelworker, a Wisconsin dairy farmer, an unemployed engineer, and Vietnam veterans. Sponsor: McGovern Presidential Campaign
Topics: john krebs, murray, sadie, david hunter, washington, wisconsin
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At the 1972 Democratic National Convention, Senator George McGovern (D-SD) delivered his acceptance speech as the Democratic presidential nominee. At the convention, his speech was delayed for several hours as the party fought over the platform. He eventually accepted the nomination around 2 a.m. Original coverage courtesy NBC. Sponsor: Democratic National Committee
Topics: vietnam, richard nixon
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This program is from C-SPAN's 14-part series, "The Contenders," on key political figures who ran for president and lost, but who nevertheless changed political history. We feature former Texas businessman Ross Perot, who was an independent candidate in the 1992 and 1996 presidential elections. Sponsor: C-SPAN
Topics: ross perot, perot, texas, carolyn barta, washington, ross, clinton, white house, nafta, bill...
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President George H.W. Bush, Governor Bill Clinton (D-AR), and H. Ross Perot met at the University of Richmond for the second of three presidential debates prior to the 1992 presidential election. They answered questions from the audience about their campaigns and their policy preferences. They focused primarily on economic issues. The audience consisted of 209 undecided voters from the Richmond, Virginia, area. Sponsor: White House,Commission on Presidential Debates,University of Richmond
Topics: clinton, bush, perot, washington, mr. perot, texas, ross, ross perot, bill clinton, russia,...
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President George H.W. Bush, Governor Bill Clinton (D-AR), and H. Ross Perot met at Washington University in St. Louis for the first of three presidential debates prior to the 1992 presidential election. The debate was moderated by Jim Lehrer and questions were asked by three journalists. The three candidates, standing at separate podia, responded to the questions and rebutted their opponents' statements. Following the debate, they shook hands and mingled with the correspondents and their...
Topics: bush, clinton, perot, mr. perot, washington, europe, china, white house, russia, bill clinton,...
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This program is from C-SPAN's 14-part series, "The Contenders," on key political figures who ran for president and lost, but who nevertheless changed political history. We feature former Texas businessman Ross Perot, who was an independent candidate in the 1992 and 1996 presidential elections. Sponsor: C-SPAN
Topics: ross perot, perot, texas, carolyn barta, bill clinton, ross, washington, white house, clinton,...
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President George H.W. Bush, Governor Bill Clinton (D-AR), and H. Ross Perot met at the University of Richmond for the second of three presidential debates prior to the 1992 presidential election. They answered questions from the audience about their campaigns and their policy preferences. They focused primarily on economic issues. The audience consisted of 209 undecided voters from the Richmond, Virginia, area. Sponsor: White House,Commission on Presidential Debates,University of Richmond
Topics: clinton, washington, mr. perot, bush, perot, russia, ross perot, carol simpson, white house,...
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President George H.W. Bush, Governor Bill Clinton (D-AR), and H. Ross Perot met at Washington University in St. Louis for the first of three presidential debates prior to the 1992 presidential election. The debate was moderated by Jim Lehrer and questions were asked by three journalists. The three candidates, standing at separate podia, responded to the questions and rebutted their opponents' statements. Following the debate, they shook hands and mingled with the correspondents and their...
Topics: bush, clinton, washington, china, mr. perot, white house, oregon, perot, arkansas, united nations,...
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President George H.W. Bush, Governor Bill Clinton (D-AR), and H. Ross Perot met at the University of Richmond for the second of three presidential debates prior to the 1992 presidential election. They answered questions from the audience about their campaigns and their policy preferences. They focused primarily on economic issues. The audience consisted of 209 undecided voters from the Richmond, Virginia, area. Sponsor: White House,Commission on Presidential Debates,University of Richmond
Topics: mr. perot, washington, george bush, clinton, mexico, ross perot, bill clinton
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President George H.W. Bush, Governor Bill Clinton (D-AR), and H. Ross Perot met at Washington University in St. Louis for the first of three presidential debates prior to the 1992 presidential election. The debate was moderated by Jim Lehrer and questions were asked by three journalists. The three candidates, standing at separate podia, responded to the questions and rebutted their opponents' statements. Following the debate, they shook hands and mingled with the correspondents and their...
Topics: clinton, bush, perot, washington, mr. perot, china, europe, white house, russia, ross, reagan, mr....
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This program is from C-SPAN's 14-part series, "The Contenders," on key political figures who ran for president and lost, but who nevertheless changed political history. We feature former Texas businessman Ross Perot, who was an independent candidate in the 1992 and 1996 presidential elections. Sponsor: C-SPAN
Topics: ross perot, perot, texas, washington, larry king, white house, carolyn barta, bill clinton, ross,...
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President Nixon accepted the nomination to be the 1972 Republican candidate for president of the United States. In his remarks he outlined domestic and foreign policy agendas for the re-election campaign. Sponsor: Republican National Committee
Topics: vietnam, united states of america, tanya, china, soviet union, nixon
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A bipartisan group of five U.S. Senators appear in a television broadcast to discuss and promote a resolution to end the Vietnam War by December 31, 1970. The broadcast aired 12 days after President Nixon announced operations in Cambodia, and 8 days after the killing of four student protesters at Kent State University in Ohio. Senate Resolution 609, known as the McGovern-Hatfield Amendment, was defeated by a vote of 55-39 in September of that year. U.S. Senate historian emeritus Donald Ritchie...
Topics: vietnam, cambodia, southeast asia, nixon, washington, richard nixon, mcgovern hadfield, cooper,...
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This 1972 campaign film paid for by the McGovern for President Committee features Democratic nominee Sen. George McGovern (D-South Dakota) as he meets a variety of voters across the United States who are struggling with economic problems. Profiled are senior citizens, a Baltimore steelworker, a Wisconsin dairy farmer, an unemployed engineer, and Vietnam veterans. Sponsor: McGovern Presidential Campaign
Topics: john krebs, murray, wisconsin, sadie, david hunter, washington
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At the 1972 Democratic National Convention, Senator George McGovern (D-SD) delivered his acceptance speech as the Democratic presidential nominee. At the convention, his speech was delayed for several hours as the party fought over the platform. He eventually accepted the nomination around 2 a.m. Original coverage courtesy NBC. Sponsor: Democratic National Committee
Topics: richard nixon, vietnam, ohio, tom eagleton
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This program is from C-SPAN's 14-week series, "The Contenders," on key political figures who ran for president and lost, but who nevertheless changed political history. We feature former U.S. Senator from South Dakota George McGovern, who was the Democratic presidential nominee in 1972. It was recorded at the McGovern Legacy Museum in Mitchell, South Dakota. Sponsor: C-SPAN,Dakota Wesleyan University | McGovern Center for Leadership and Public Service
Topics: mcgovern, george mcgovern, muskie, nixon, scott farris, south dakota, vietnam, eagleton, humphrey,...
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President Nixon accepted the nomination to be the 1972 Republican candidate for president of the United States. In his remarks he outlined domestic and foreign policy agendas for the re-election campaign. Sponsor: Republican National Committee
Topics: vietnam, united states of america, tania, texas, bill clinton, nixon, china
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A bipartisan group of five U.S. Senators appear in a television broadcast to discuss and promote a resolution to end the Vietnam War by December 31, 1970. The broadcast aired 12 days after President Nixon announced operations in Cambodia, and 8 days after the killing of four student protesters at Kent State University in Ohio. Senate Resolution 609, known as the McGovern-Hatfield Amendment, was defeated by a vote of 55-39 in September of that year. U.S. Senate historian emeritus Donald Ritchie...
Topics: vietnam, cambodia, nixon, southeast asia, indochina, laos, texas, richard nixon, cooper, ross, bill...
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This 1972 campaign film paid for by the McGovern for President Committee features Democratic nominee Sen. George McGovern (D-South Dakota) as he meets a variety of voters across the United States who are struggling with economic problems. Profiled are senior citizens, a Baltimore steelworker, a Wisconsin dairy farmer, an unemployed engineer, and Vietnam veterans. Sponsor: McGovern Presidential Campaign
Topics: murray, david hunter, washington, wisconsin
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At the 1972 Democratic National Convention, Senator George McGovern (D-SD) delivered his acceptance speech as the Democratic presidential nominee. At the convention, his speech was delayed for several hours as the party fought over the platform. He eventually accepted the nomination around 2 a.m. Original coverage courtesy NBC. Sponsor: Democratic National Committee
Topic: vietnam
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This program is from C-SPAN's 14-week series, "The Contenders," on key political figures who ran for president and lost, but who nevertheless changed political history. We feature former U.S. Senator from South Dakota George McGovern, who was the Democratic presidential nominee in 1972. It was recorded at the McGovern Legacy Museum in Mitchell, South Dakota. Sponsor: C-SPAN,Dakota Wesleyan University | McGovern Center for Leadership and Public Service
Topics: mcgovern, george mcgovern, nixon, muskie, scott farris, vietnam, california, nixon, south dakota,...
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The Atlantic Council hosted a virtual discussion on national security with former national security advisers. Topics discussed included domestic and foreign threats, how the role of the national security adviser has evolved through administrations, the COVID-19 pandemic, and priorities for the next administration. Sponsor: Atlantic Council of the U.S.
Topics: china, russia, bolton, europe, national security council, nsc, jones, nato, obama, vivian, united...
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The George Washington University's Institute for Data, Democracy and Politics hosted a virtual event on digital media's impact on communities of color during the coronavirus pandemic. In this panel, panelists focused on the effects of misinformation and disinformation campaigns against COVID-19 and other health issues. Sponsor: George Washington University | Institute for Data, Democracy and Politics
Topics: nicholas, david, washington, mexico, ross perot, bill clinton
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President Nixon accepted the nomination to be the 1972 Republican candidate for president of the United States. In his remarks he outlined domestic and foreign policy agendas for the re-election campaign. Sponsor: Republican National Committee
Topics: vietnam, tanya, united states of america
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President Nixon accepted the nomination to be the 1972 Republican candidate for president of the United States. In his remarks he outlined domestic and foreign policy agendas for the re-election campaign. Sponsor: Republican National Committee
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A bipartisan group of five U.S. Senators appear in a television broadcast to discuss and promote a resolution to end the Vietnam War by December 31, 1970. The broadcast aired 12 days after President Nixon announced operations in Cambodia, and 8 days after the killing of four student protesters at Kent State University in Ohio. Senate Resolution 609, known as the McGovern-Hatfield Amendment, was defeated by a vote of 55-39 in September of that year. U.S. Senate historian emeritus Donald Ritchie...
Topics: vietnam, cambodia, southeast asia, nixon, cooper, laos, cbs, richard nixon, washington
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This 1972 campaign film paid for by the McGovern for President Committee features Democratic nominee Sen. George McGovern (D-South Dakota) as he meets a variety of voters across the United States who are struggling with economic problems. Profiled are senior citizens, a Baltimore steelworker, a Wisconsin dairy farmer, an unemployed engineer, and Vietnam veterans. Sponsor: McGovern Presidential Campaign
Topics: murray, washington, david hunter, the nation, wisconsin
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At the 1972 Democratic National Convention, Senator George McGovern (D-SD) delivered his acceptance speech as the Democratic presidential nominee. At the convention, his speech was delayed for several hours as the party fought over the platform. He eventually accepted the nomination around 2 a.m. Original coverage courtesy NBC. Sponsor: Democratic National Committee
Topics: richard nixon, ohio, tom eagleton, burke, vietnam
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This program is from C-SPAN's 14-week series, "The Contenders," on key political figures who ran for president and lost, but who nevertheless changed political history. We feature former U.S. Senator from South Dakota George McGovern, who was the Democratic presidential nominee in 1972. It was recorded at the McGovern Legacy Museum in Mitchell, South Dakota. Sponsor: C-SPAN,Dakota Wesleyan University | McGovern Center for Leadership and Public Service
Topics: mcgovern, george mcgovern, nixon, humphrey, vietnam, california, muskie, nixon, scott farris, south...
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New Hampshire gubernatorial candidates, Governor Chris Sununu (R) and Democratic candidate Dan Feltes, participated in a televised debate sponsored by WMUR-TV. Governor Sununu was seeking re-election to a third term. Sponsor: WMUR-TV (Manchester, NH)
Topics: new hampshire, chris sununu, sununu, feltes, donald trump, obamacare, jennifer vaughn, joe biden,...
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A House Administration subcommittee held a virtual hearing with election officials and voting experts on combating misinformation in the 2020 election. Witnesses included U.S. Election Assistance Commission Chair Benjamin Hovland, Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Board of Elections Member Inajo Davis Chappell and Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies President Spencer Overton. The witnesses talked about how states were preparing for the November...
Topics: colorado, russia, trump, chappell, ohio, california, washington, griswold, fbi, new york, raskin,...
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The Technology Policy Institute hosted its 2020 TPI Aspen Forum, exploring a wide array of technology policy issues. In this virtual panel, participants talked about data protection and privacy regulation in the U.S. and how it compares to the rest of the world. Sponsor: Technology Policy Institute
Topics: eu, bruno, europe, andrea, european union, ken, atlantic, brussels, jelinek, allen, washington,...
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The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence held a virtual hearing on stopping the spread of misinformation online. Experts in social media, national security, and intelligence testified to the rise of disinformation campaigns and those supported by foreign actors, such as Russia and China. They also spoke about the responsibility of media platforms, the role the federal government should play, and the prevalence of conspiracy groups, such as QAnon, and how they use misinformation to...
Topics: donovan, russia, mr. castro, smith, isis, kremlin, harris, cindy, nina, europe, donovan, jeffrey...
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[LIVE] Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ), who serves as ranking member of the Foreign Relations committee, discusses a new report on the president's foreign policy record. Sponsor: U.S. Senate | Menendez, R. (D-NJ)
Topics: china, biden, venezuela, israel, trump, cuba, joe biden, uae, donald trump, yemen, south africa,...
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