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The United Nations

25 minutes

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This four-part interactive program discusses the beginning and significance of the United Nations in 1946. Historic footage adds impact to the highlights on Eleanor Roosevelt as a delegate to the first meeting; Ralph Bunche, the first African American Nobel Prize winner; and Adlai Stevenson and his two unsuccessful bids for the presidency. Viewers are encouraged to take the pretests before each part and check their answers.

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