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  • Inaugural poetry

    Five times in U.S history, poetry has been read at presidential swearing in ceremonies. All of these poems are beautiful works of art, but have also become political documents, speaking to specific moments of time in the U.S.

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  • Inaugural poetry

    Five times in U.S history, poetry has been read at presidential swearing in ceremonies. All of these poems are beautiful works of art, but have also become political documents, speaking to specific moments of time in the U.S.

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  • Richard III - study guide

    The film of Shakespeare's most famous villain - the conquering hero turned ruthless power-monger, who creates hell in peacetime when he sets his sights on the throne - is set in an imaginary England of the 1930s, embracing all the richness of style and music of the period, as well as the political overtones of rising tyranny in Europe.

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  • Henry V - study guide

    Branagh stars and directs this stirring adaptation of Shakespeare's tale of war. The still young king of England, intending to tax the English church, is sent off to war by the bishops to enforce his claim to France. After the Battle of Agincourt, the French King has to yield his daughter as a peace offering. In a bitterly satirical vein, this political marriage is then ...

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  • A Glossary of Political Economy Terms

    Online edition of A Glossary of Political Economy Terms by Dr. Paul M. Johnson of Auburn University (2009).

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  • Political Cartoons in U.S. History

     Historical context, teaching suggestions, links to online resources (Library of Congress 2011)

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  • Directory of U.S. Political Parties

    Resource providing links to the two major political parties and the third parties (Ron Gunzburger, Politics1.com 2009)

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  • The United States in Afghanistan: Analyzing Political Cartoons

    In this lesson students will explore viewpoints on the U.S. presence in Afghanistan, interpret political cartoons, and identify the techniques used by cartoonists (The Choices Program, Brown University, USA 2011).

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  • It’s No Laughing Matter

    This activity from the Library of Congress is designed to bring the nuts and bolts of political cartoons to life in the classroom, offering up a number of representative works and analyzing their contents (USA 2015).

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  • Herb Block: Political Cartoons

    From the stock market crash in 1929 through the new millennium beginning in the year 2000?, editorial cartoonist Herb Block has chronicled the nation’s political history, caricaturing twelve American presidents from Herbert Hoover to Bill Clinton.? (LOC 2011)

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