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THE BIG PICTURE is seminal events that created change, sparked movements, and influenced the course of events that followed. It's top-notch history in bite-sized portions—edgy and inspiring and created for today's most critical audiences.
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America in the 20th Century. Bigger, Brighter, and More Vivid than Ever. Explore the totally updated America in the 20th Century series! We’ve given this award-winning video survey a fresh look with updated graphics and visuals in dazzling High Definition Video. This top-tier educational resource is a must-have for American history classrooms. The first nine revamped
Selma to Montgomery: A Defining Moment in the Civil Rights Movement The year 1965 etched an indelible mark in the annals of civil rights history as a series of pivotal events in Alabama ignited the transformative Selma to Montgomery march. This historic procession was no mere journey-it was a resounding call for equality and justice
The US President’s State of the Union address has a long and intriguing history. When George Washington delivered the first “annual message to Congress”—as it was known in his day—in January 1790, he was fulfilling his Constitutional duty. Article II. Section. 3. of the nation’s founding document states: [The President] shall from time to time