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Our Founding Documents
Panorama: Putin's War in Ukraine
Political Parties and Their Candidates
Political Parties: Mobilizing Agents
Politics on Point: First Amendment
Politics on Point: Ohio's State Constitution
Politics on Point: Ohio's Statehouse
Politics on Point: Presidential Vacations
Politics on Point: Who Can Vote?
Powering The Planet
President's Cabinet: The Executive Branch
Productivity: Can We Get More For Less?
Public Opinion: Voice Of The People
Read All About It!
Real Life Teens: Your Bill Of Rights At School
Romans: Inclusive Conquest And Loyal Citizens
Rules of the Game
Science Nation: VetsPrevail Helps Veterans Transition From War
Social Studies Video Vocab: Communism
Social Studies Video Vocab: Communism (Spanish)
Social Studies Video Vocab: Confederal Government
Social Studies Video Vocab: Confederal Government (Spanish)
Social Studies Video Vocab: Dictatorship
Social Studies Video Vocab: Dictatorship (Spanish)
Social Studies Video Vocab: Federal Government
Social Studies Video Vocab: Federal Government (Spanish)
Social Studies Video Vocab: Parliamentary Government
Social Studies Video Vocab: Parliamentary Government (Spanish)
Social Studies Video Vocab: Unitary Government
Social Studies Video Vocab: Unitary Government (Spanish)
Spetsnaz: Soviet Afghanistan War (1979-1989)
Standard Deviants School: Introduction to Government (American Government Program 1)
Standard Deviants School: The Executive Branch (American Government Program 8)
Standard Deviants School: The Judicial System (American Government Program 10)
Standard Deviants School: The Three Branches of American Government (American Government Program 6)
Standard Deviants School: The United States Constitution (American Government Program 2)
Sticks and Stones I & II
Supreme Court Spotlight: Dred Scott v. Sandford
Supreme Court Spotlight: Tinker v. Des Moines
Sustainable Oceans & Seas
Teen Kids News (Episode 1608)
Teen Kids News (Episode 1808)
Teen Kids News (Episode 1828)
Teen Kids News (Episode 2023)
Teen Kids News (Episode 2034)
Teen Kids News: Special on Tobacco (Should Smoking Be Banned in Public Outdoor Spaces in CT?)
The Art Assignment: Should Art Be Publicly Funded?
The Background Of The United States Constitution
The Berlin Wall: 1961-1989 (The Cold War)
The Civil War: A Nation Divided
The Constitution: Fixed Or Flexible?
The Courts: Our Rule Of Law
The Cuban Missile Crisis
The Declaration of Independence
The First Amendment in the 21st Century: Bartnicki v. Vopper
The First Amendment in the 21st Century: Boy Scouts of America v. Dale
The First Amendment in the 21st Century: Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission
The First Amendment in the 21st Century: Garcetti v. Ceballos
The First Amendment in the 21st Century: Van Orden v. Perry and McCreary County v. ACLU of Kentucky
The First Amendment in the 21st Century: Zelman v. Simmons-Harris
The Great Leap Forward (1958-1962)
The Inspectors: Semper Phi
The Inspectors: Teacher's Pet
The Inspectors: The Art of the Stand Up
The Inspectors: Welcome Back
The Insular Empire
The Men Who Built America: Changing the Game
The Modern Presidency: Tools Of Power
The President Needs a Helper
The Road To Prosperity
The Russian Revolution (1917)
The Supreme Court: A Nation Of Liberties
The Supreme Court: A New Kind Of Justice
The Supreme Court: One Nation Under Law
The Supreme Court: The Rehnquist Revolution
The Three Rules to Be President
The Ultimate Resource: Freedom's Sound
The Ultimate Resource: The People's Economy
The Vietnam War Draft
The Warsaw Pact: Formation of the Warsaw Treaty Organization
The Young Pioneers: 1922 to 1991--The Soviet Union
This Is Home: A Refugee Story
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier: The Silent Sentinels
Too Big to Fail?
Too Much Money
Trail of Tears
Two Cents: The History of the Dollar
Two Cents: Will an Economic Stimulus Work?
Two Cents: Will I Get Money From the Stimulus Bill? (COVID-19)
Types of Government
Ulysses S. Grant: A Legacy of Freedom
Understanding Media: The Inside Story
Unintended Consequences: Eminent Domain
Vocabulary Builders In Sign Language: American History/Government
What if Putin Goes Nuclear?
What Is a Democrat?
What Is a Republican?
What Is Democracy?
What Was "The Thing"? (The Cold War)
What Was the Most Decorated U.S. Combat Unit in WWII?
Where Did Neutral Spain Fight in World War II?
Who Can Vote and How Do They Vote?
Wild Chronicles: 1872 Mining Act
Wild Chronicles: The Sahel Region
Wow! I Never Knew That! (Episode 19)
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