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Ballot Measure 9

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Examines anti-homosexual activism in Oregon, centered around the 1992 election, which saw the passage of a measure limiting the civil rights of gay citizens.
DVD
2008; 1995
Clemons (Stacks)
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Kits and Cards

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For forty-five years the Congo waited for free elections. But before the election, several important items had to be in place, namely, an electoral register and voters' cards. And these things presented huge problems in a country with limited infrastructure and security. With the help of the United Nations, the European Union and advisors from Belgium it has been accomplished. A Belgian firm shipped the computers, printers, photographic equipment, and its experts were on call. Delivering the necessary electronic kits for printing the voters' cards to a safe holding area was also a tremendous problem. The trucks were in disrepair and their low-paid drivers did not have enough food, drink, or sleep. But with the dream of democracy near at hand, and good spirits, the people pulled together.
Online
2007
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Behind the Freedom Curtain

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"Promotional film by an automatic voting machine manufacturer. In contrast to old-fashioned paper balloting, the machines are shown as easy-to-use, accurate, and honest ... Shot around Jamestown, New York."--Field guide to sponsored films, R. Prelinger.
Online
1957
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Walter J. Kohler Jr.

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Online
1952
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Richard C. Patterson, Jr.

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Online
1952
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Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (R-MA)

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Online
1952
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W. Averell Harriman (May 1952)

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Online
1952
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Bill Moyers Journal [electronic resource]: New Media, Religion, and Their Impact on Elections

No one can dispute the importance of new media in the battle to win the White House in 2008. But what does it all mean for American democracy? Bill Moyers gets perspective on the impact of blogs, YouTube, and social networking on the election process from Kathleen Hall Jamieson, director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center. Then, with evangelical pastor Mike Huckabee surging in the polls and Mitt Romney giving a widely anticipated speech on his Mormon faith, Moyers and Jamieson are joined by scholar Melissa Rogers for a discussion of religion in politics. Rogers is visiting professor of Religion and Public Policy at Wake Forest University Divinity School.
Online
2007
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Electoral Politics [electronic resource]

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Shows the conclusion of a 12-week civic engagement unit developed by the national Student Voices program. José Velazquez's 12th-grade students divide into small groups to brainstorm and research community issues, prioritize the issues, present their findings to the class, and develop a whole-class consensus on a youth agenda that they present to the mayoral candidates in a televised question-and-answer forum. The methodologies highlighted in this lesson include issue identification and consensus building.
Online
2003
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Has the Health Care Ruling Upped the Ante for Election Contenders? [electronic resource]

NewsHour's Ray Suarez talks to Maryland's Democratic governor Martin O'Malley and Romney campaign adviser Tevi Troy about how the presidential election campaigns will use the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Obama administration's health care law. Origina?
Online
2012
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Prelinger Archives: Tuesday in November [electronic resource]

Idealized portrayal of 1944 U.S. presidential election, made to show the world that the United States was sufficiently secure to hold a free and fair election during wartime. Shows campaign activities, efforts to ensure the secrecy of the ballot and fairness of the election, and media coverage of the electoral process, all culminating in a giant nighttime gathering in Times Square where a huge crowd awaits the result.
Online
1945
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Rep. John F. Kennedy (D-MA)

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Online
1952
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Wendell Willkie

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Online
1962
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Stephen A. Mitchell (1954)

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Online
1954
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Richard B. Russell

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Online
1952
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Just a Review

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"Presents some of the distinguished guests of the Longines Chronoscope: the late Senator Robert A. Taft, Governor Earl Warren, Senators Joseph R. McCarthy and Arthur V. Watkins, industrialist Henry Ford II, American Federation of Labor president George Meany, and Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, 1955, (200 LW389).
Online
1955