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Politics on Point: Presidential Vacations

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Does the President of the United States ever take a vacation? Well, the answer is both yes and no. While there aren't any specific days set aside for the president to relax, they have been known to take some time away from the White House. Part of the "Politics on Point" series.

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Runtime: 3 minutes 24 seconds

United States Constitution in original form. On screen is the text of the First Amendment to the Constitution written in black.
Politics on Point
Episode 1
3 minutes 21 seconds
Grade Level: 8 - 12
Computer graphic of the state of Ohio and a scroll that reads, "Ohio's First Constitution 1803." In the background on the left is a detailed map of Ohio, and on the right is a photo of the Ohio capitol building above the seal of the governor of Ohio.
Politics on Point
Episode 2
3 minutes 2 seconds
Grade Level: 8 - 12
2 black and white photos. The left photo shows the Ohio Statehouse, which is domed and has many pillars around the perimeter. The right photo shows the Greek Revival Building, which has a circular second story and many pillars around the perimeter.
Politics on Point
Episode 3
3 minutes 49 seconds
Grade Level: 8 - 12
Screenshot of Camp David, Maryland from Google Earth. A computer graphic of a red push pin is dropped over the location.
Politics on Point
Episode 4
3 minutes 24 seconds
Grade Level: 8 - 12
Several privacy booths used for voting in U, S elections are lined up. They have American flags with the word "vote" in blue painted on them. Caption. Our most important right as citizens.
Politics on Point
Episode 5
2 minutes 51 seconds
Grade Level: 8 - 12