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1920s urbanization and immigration
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By the 1920s, a majority of the US population lived in cities rather than in rural areas. In this video, Kim explores the economic opportunities cities offered to women, migrants, and immigrants, as well as the passage of new immigration restrictions.

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U.S. History
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Khan Academy
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Kim Kutz
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07/15/2021
Article III of the Constitution
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A deep dive into Article III of the Constitution, which establishes the judicial branch of the government, including the Supreme Court. In this video, Kim discusses Article III with scholars Richard Garnett and Jeffrey Rosen.

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Kim Kutz
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07/16/2021
Article II of the Constitution
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A deep dive into Article II of the US Constitution, which establishes the powers of the president. In this video, Kim discusses Article II with scholars Michael Gerhardt and Sai Prakash.

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Kim Kutz
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07/16/2021
Article IV of the Constitution
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A deep dive into Article IV of the Constitution, which lays out how federalism, the system of shared governance between states and the federal government, works in practice. In this video, Kim discusses Article IV with scholars Gabriel Chin and Erin Hawley.

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Kim Kutz
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07/16/2021
Article I of the Constitution
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A deep dive into Article I of the US Constitution, which describes the roles and powers of Congress. In this video, Kim discusses Article I with scholars Heather Gerken and Ilya Somin.

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Kim Kutz
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07/16/2021
Article VII of the Constitution
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A deep dive into Article VII, which established the conditions for the ratification of the US Constitution. In this video, Kim discusses Article VII with scholars Mark Graber and Michael Rappaport.

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Kim Kutz
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07/16/2021
Article VI of the Constitution
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A deep dive into Article VI, which acts as the "glue" of the Constitution, holding together the new United States through a shared commitment to the Constitution's principles. In this video, Kim discusses Article VI with scholars Michael Ramsey and Kermit Roosevelt.

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Political Science
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Kim Kutz
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07/16/2021
Article V of the Constitution
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A deep dive into Article V of the US Constitution, which establishes the amendment process. In this video, Kim discusses Article V with scholars Michael Rappaport and David Strauss.

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Kim Kutz
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07/16/2021
The Articles of Confederation
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Before the United States had the Constitution, it had the Articles of Confederation, a much weaker government that lasted from 1777 to 1789. In this video, Kim and Leah discuss the pros and cons of the Articles, and the reasons they were discarded in favor of a new Constitution.

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07/15/2021
Baker v. Carr
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A deep dive into Baker v. Carr, a Supreme Court case concerning equality in voting districts. Decided in 1962, the ruling established the standard of "one person, one vote" and opened the door for the Court to rule on districting cases. In this video, Kim discusses the case with Professor Guy-Uriel Charles and former Solicitor General Theodore Olson.

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Kim Kutz
Date Added:
07/16/2021
The Bill of Rights: an introduction
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The first ten amendments to the US Constitution are known as the "Bill of Rights." These amendments protect individual liberties and limit the power of the federal government.

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Kim Kutz
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07/16/2021
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka
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A deep dive into Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, a Supreme Court case decided in 1954. It ended the doctrine of "separate but equal" and brought an end to racial segregation in schools. In this video, Kim discusses the case with scholars Michael McConnell and Theodore Shaw.

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Political Science
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Kim Kutz
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07/16/2021
Causation from 1980-2020
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How did events in the years after 1980 affect national identity in the United States? In this video, Kim discusses changes in US foreign policy, economics, and politics, attempting to place the developments of this era into a broader historical context.

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U.S. History
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Kim Kutz
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07/15/2021
Christopher Columbus
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Who was Christopher Columbus? In this video, Kim explores Columbus's background, his search for royal patronage, and his first voyage in 1492.

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Kim Kutz
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07/15/2021
The Columbian Exchange
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Columbus's voyage connected the Americas, Europe, and Africa in a web of exchange that transformed the environments of the Old World and the New World.

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Kim Kutz
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07/15/2021
Comparing European and Native American cultures
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In this video, Kim discusses how mutual misunderstandings between Europeans and Native Americans often defined the early years of interaction and trade as each group sought to make sense of the other.

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Kim Kutz
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07/15/2021
Comparing the effects of the Civil War on American national identity
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The Civil War is often considered the most transformative event in US history. But how much did it really change American national identity? In this video, Kim compares the relative significance of the effects of the Civil War on American values.

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Kim Kutz
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07/15/2021
Congressional elections
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The outcomes in US Congressional elections are affected by the incumbency advantage phenomenon, open and closed primaries, caucuses, and general elections.

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07/16/2021
Consequences of Columbus's voyage on the Tainos and Europe
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When Columbus arrived in the Caribbean, he met the Taino people. In this video, Kim explores the consequences of Columbus's voyage for the Taino people, as well as the changes wrought in Europe by Spain's New World exploits.

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U.S. History
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Kim Kutz
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07/15/2021
The Constitutional Convention
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In 1787, the Framers of the US Constitution came together to create a stronger central government. In this video, Kim discusses how the Framers compromised over the plan for the legislative branch of government, combining the Virginia Plan and New Jersey Plan to form the House of Representatives and the Senate.

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07/15/2021
Constitutional compromises: The Electoral College
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In 1787, the Framers of the US Constitution came together to create a stronger central government. In this video, Kim discusses how the Framers compromised over the plan for the legislative branch of government, combining the Virginia Plan and New Jersey Plan to form the House of Representatives and the Senate.

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Political Science
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Khan Academy
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Kim Kutz
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07/16/2021
Constitutional compromises: The Three-Fifths Compromise
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During the Constitution Convention, the Framers made several compromises, including the method for counting enslaved Africans for the purposes of population (the Three-Fifths Compromise) and the end of the international slave trade.

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Kim Kutz
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07/16/2021
Continuity and change in American society, 1754-1800
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How revolutionary was the American Revolution? In this video, Kim models the historical thinking skill of continuity and change by comparing society before and after the Revolutionary War.

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07/15/2021
Continuity and change in the Gilded Age
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How much change did industrialization really bring during the Gilded Age? In this video, Kim discusses the impact of industrialization on work, migration patterns, and culture.

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Kim Kutz
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07/15/2021
Continuity and change in the postwar era
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How much did the events of the tumultuous postwar era reshape American national identity? Kim discusses the extent to which developments like the Cold War, the Civil Rights Movement, Vietnam, and student protests of the 1960s changed core beliefs around citizenship, cultural values, and the proper US role in the world.

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U.S. History
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Kim Kutz
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07/15/2021
The Declaration of Independence
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"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal . . . " In this video, Kim explores the origins of the Declaration of Independence in the ideas of Enlightenment philosopher John Locke and its resounding message in history.

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Kim Kutz
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07/15/2021
Developing an American colonial identity
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How British were the British colonies in North America in 1754? In this video, Kim discusses how the British colonies participated in political, social, cultural, and economic exchanges with Great Britain that encouraged both stronger bonds with Britain and resistance to Britain’s control.

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Kim Kutz
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07/15/2021
Developing an American identity, 1800-1848
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From 1800 to 1848, the United States grew tremendously as a country, adding new territory and building national connections of business and transportation. But just twelve years later, the Civil War erupted! In this period, was the United States developing a unified national identity or a divided regional identity?

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U.S. History
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Khan Academy
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Kim Kutz
Date Added:
07/15/2021