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By THE PEOPLE: ELECTION 2004 | PBS Election Features

Last Updated: October 31, 2008 - 05:28:14 PM

Lesson Plans for Teachers
Bring elections into your elementary and secondary classrooms, on topics ranging from the Electoral College to campaign finance, political humor and more. More

Deciding Votes: Perspectives on Choosing a President

A selection of thought-provoking essays from local and national PBS public affairs producers, as well as commentators outside of the PBS system, that offer lively discussion and original insight into the political process.

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FRONTLINE/World: Dispatches from a Small Planet
Young "backpack" journalists and veteran, award-winning correspondents report international perspectives on the 2004 U.S. presidential race. More


P.O.V.: Why Vote?
What concerned Americans most during the 2004 campaign season? Voters share their attitudes and opinions in political cartoons, video, and commentary published on this lively site. More


NewsHour: Vote 2004
Explore an archive of the NewsHour's celebrated election-year coverage. Find detailed candidate profiles, a review of the year's key political issues, in-depth analysis, and news from the campaign trail. More

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[an error occurred while processing this directive]When To Watch

Get unique, in-depth analysis and perspective from PBS's news and public affairs programming. From nightly news to documentaries to interviews you won't find elsewhere, you can count on PBS to keep you informed during the election year and beyond. Click on the program titles on the right to learn more.

FlashPoints USA

Flashpoints USA
with Bryant Gumbel and Gwen Ifill

Bryant Gumbel and Gwen Ifill host this quarterly public affairs series.

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FRONTLINE

FRONTLINE

Tune in for public affairs documentaries that won't shy away from complex stories or controversial issues.

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FRONTLINE WORLD

FRONTLINE/World

This Frontline spin-off delivers first-person news stories from around the globe.

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The Journal Editorial Report

The Journal Editorial Report

A weekly news and discussion program with host Paul Gigot, editor of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL's editorial page.

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The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer

The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer

Get in-depth news and analysis every weeknight.

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NOW with David Brancaccio

NOW

Join us for analysis and perspectives on current events, issues and ideas.

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P.O.V.

P.O.V.

Explore this showcase for personal, independent non-fiction films.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly

Explore the top moral questions facing the country with host Bob Abernathy.

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Tavis Smiley

Tavis Smiley

Join us late nights for unique conversations with newsmakers, celebrities and real people.

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Washington Week

Washington Week

Consider the week's news with host Gwen Ifill and a roundtable of journalists.

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wide angle

Wide Angle

Mishal Husain hosts this series of in-depth international news documentaries.

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Flashpoints USA
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE/World
The Journal Editorial Report
The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
NOW with Bill Moyers
P.O.V
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
Tavis Smiley
Washington Week
Wide Angle
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The Presidents
Explore the lives of past commanders in chief and learn how re-elected leaders have historically reacted to their subsequent terms in office. More

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