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By Jeffrey Brown, Gretchen Frazee
The March on Washington at 50: What is its Relevance Today?…
How Will History Remember This Year's Landmark Supreme Court Decisions?…
Historical Views on the Inauguration, a 'Holy Day in Our Civic Religion'…
Judy Woodruff talks to presidential historians Michael Beschloss and Richard Norton Smith about the events from 2012 that will live on in the history, including Hurricane Sandy, the 2012 elections, a mass shooting in Newtown, Conn., China's new leadership, and…
Where They Stand: How Voters, Pollsters and Historians Judge Presidents…
Historians: In Speech, Obama Will Forsake 'Gauzy and Grandiose' for Specificity…
Jeffrey Brown discusses the history and significance of the Iowa Caucuses with presidential historians Richard Norton Smith of George Mason University and Michael Beschloss, plus Jeff Stein of the State Historical Society of Iowa.
Historians Discuss How Events of 9/11 Changed America…
After many months of heated debate, Washington was finally able to compromise on a debt deal to avert a government default this week. Judy Woodruff discusses how the battle over the debt ceiling compares to other politically polarized times with…
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