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1979: God Fights Back
Active Citizenship: Making A Difference
Amendment 1: Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, and Petition
Amendment 2: Right to Bear Arms
Ameriquest Kids: Your Right To Vote
Barack Obama: The Power Of Change
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Bureaucracy: A Controversial Necessity
China's Earthquake: The People In The Pictures
China: A Global Economic Power
Citizenship: Making Government Work
Civil Liberties: Safeguarding The Individual
Clear And Present Danger: The Evolution Of Modern Terrorism
Collision Course I & II
Crafting In The USA: USA Patriotic Designs
Crash Course World History II: Conflict in Israel and Palestine Through 2015
Crash Course World History II: Democracy, Authoritarian Capitalism, and China
Crash Course World History II: Islam and Politics
Crash Course World History II: War and Nation Building in Latin America
Democracy It Is! Tier I
Educational Interpreting Series, Program #1H: Why Can't We All Be Purple?
Elections: The Maintenance Of Democracy
Fall From Grace I & II
Federalism: U.S. V. The State
For the Greater Good
Global Politics: USA And The World
Great Hearts Of Courage Series: Elie Wiesel
Great Hearts Of Courage Series: Nelson Mandela
Guerrilla Guide To Politics
Hail to the Chief: Presidential Elections
How to Elect a President
India: Asian Giant
Interest Groups: Organizing To Influence
Kids Go To Court
Legislatures: Laying Down The Law
Like Taking Candy From a Baby
Lincoln and Douglass: An American Friendship
My Senator and Me: A Dog's-Eye View of Washington, D.C.
Order In The Court
Our Founding Documents
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
Public Opinion: Voice Of The People
Real Life Teens: Your Bill Of Rights At School
Romans: Inclusive Conquest And Loyal Citizens
Rules of the Game
Shirley Chisholm: First Black American Congresswoman
So You Want To Be President?
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)
Sticks and Stones I & II
Symbols Of America: The U.S. Capitol Building
The Background Of The United States Constitution
The Constitution: Fixed Or Flexible?
The Courts: Our Rule Of Law
The Insular Empire
The Making Of America's Presidency
The Modern Presidency: Tools Of Power
The Star-Spangled Banner
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
This Is Your Government: What Does It Mean to be a Good Citizen?
Trial by Jury
Understanding Media: The Inside Story
Woman By Woman: New Hope For The Villages Of India
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