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The Interconnected World [electronic resource]: An Inside Look at the IMF and Its Impact

Growing affluence in Asia, economic development in Eastern Europe, and new approaches to natural resources in Africa-all are major influences on the global financial landscape and all provide ample demonstrations of the IMF at work. This program guides viewers through the history, mission, and real-world impact of the International Monetary Fund. Topics (all with an IMF focus) include China's need to boost domestic consumption and build social safety nets for its population; Ghana's challenges in ensuring that oil revenues benefit the country; and Poland's adoption of market economy principles as it moves toward economic powerhouse status. A section on the origins, evolution, and future of the IMF is also featured. Interviews with key IMF and academic figures appear throughout the film.
Online
2010
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Why 1995 Is the Year That Created the Future

American University professor of journalism W. Joseph Campbell sat down with Reason TV's Nick Gillespie to discuss the decade of the 1990s in his new book, 1995: The Year the Future Began. From the dawn of the Internet to the post-Cold War complexities of foreign policy, the 1990s set the stage for the most enduring issues of the 21st century. A Reason TV production.
Online
2016; 2015
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Black and White Together

This program studies Atlantic City's Project WILL in the larger context of secondary school education in America today. The project, backed by $100,000 in Title I funds, was set up for two six-week periods at the Hotel Traymore on the boardwalk in Atlantic City. Here, some 80 students, black and white, engaged in a process of "living and learning." Each of the students checked in to the hotel daily after attending regular high school classes. The goals of the project: an "effort to remove students from totality of their environment;" to foster interracial understanding and learning skills in a relaxed, though structured, atmosphere.
Online
2017; 1969
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Bill Moyers Journal: America’s National Guard in Iraq / Kathleen Hall Jamieson on the GOP Convention

Deployments of National Guard troops overseas are affecting the ability of state governors to swiftly respond to domestic disasters and are causing turmoil for the loved ones left behind. This edition of the Journal homes in on New Jersey families preparing for the movement of nearly half of the state’s Guard to Iraq. In addition, Bill Moyers and Kathleen Hall Jamieson recap the key moments and messages of the Republican National Convention. Broadcast date: September 5, 2008. (56 minutes)
Online
2016; 2008
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Juror #5: 58 Days Jury Duty on the O.J. Simpson Civil Trial

Premiering five years to the month that Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman were killed, this 60-minute America Undercover exclusive is a unique mix of performance and documentary footage in which Deena Mullen, a theatrical lighting designer, shares her unforgettable experience as one of 12 jurors who served on the O.J. Simpson civil trial in late 1996 and early 1997. Through Mullen's unminced words, media footage outside the trial, and projections of Mullen's courtroom notes and sketches, Juror Number 5 offers new perspectives to a trial that (unlike the first) was untelevised and unseen except by those who sat in the courtroom. It also delivers one woman's powerful voice proclaiming, once and for all, that O.J. Simpson was guilty of murder.
Online
2018; 1999
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Saved in Vietnam

Join Ann Curry as two Vietnam veterans search for the heroes who saved them. An Army officer searches for the helicopter pilot who rescued him, while another soldier wants to reconnect with the surgeon who saved his leg from amputation.
Online
2019; 2018