Katherine Switzer was the first woman to run the Boston Marathon. (1967)
Gloria Steinem talks about how she became convinced that a women's movement was necessary and that she needed to act.
This video explores Johnson's struggle to implement his vision of a Great Society while managing the Vietnam War.
This student-generated video for a History Day project provides a detailed overview of the history of the Suez canal.
This animated 5-minute video gives a good overview of the space race between the U.S. and the Soviet Union.
While this video is not intended specifically for history or this course, it gives a good overview of what makes a thesis statement effective and addresses some of the common problems seen in student thesis writing.
This five-minute video provides a good synopsis of the problems with the Articles of Confederation.
This 7-minute video gives a good overview of how the Bracero program came into existence and the effects it had.
An 8-minute bio on Edward Hopper that highlights his art.
This 10-minute video gives a good recap of Eugene V. Debs' significance in U.S. history.
FDR's competition speaks out against the Federal Reserve.
Huey Long's popularity created competition for FDR's New Deal.
"We are what we repeatedly do.
Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."
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