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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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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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1952
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Richard C. Patterson, Jr.

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

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1952
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W. Averell Harriman (May 1952)

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1952
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Rep. John F. Kennedy (D-MA)

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1952
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Wendell Willkie

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1962
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Stephen A. Mitchell (1954)

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1954
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Richard B. Russell

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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).
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1955
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Frontrunners

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"Follows the student council presidential campaign at one of the country's most prestigious public high schools, Stuyvesant High School in New York City"--Container.
DVD
2009; 2007
Clemons (Stacks)
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Electoral Dysfunction [electronic resource]

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This documentary from Trio Productions LLC examines the struggle over voting rights in America.
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2012
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Game Is on [electronic resource]

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Summer, 2001: Secret negotiations between the governments of the U.S. and Mexico break into front page news, igniting a national debate over immigration. The moment seems like an incredible alignment of the stars, as advocates maneuver politicians to move further and faster. Then 9/11 attacks shatter those hopes. But around the country, the issue lingers into November's local elections. A heated city council race in Iowa tells a personal story about political engagement in difficult times, and previews the battle to come.
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2007