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The White House

Download and print this coloring page of a famous United States landmark.

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The Electoral College

Who elects the President of the United States? Go to Electoral College and find out.


Activity

The Impact of the JFK Assassination on American Politics

Students analyze the impact of John F. Kennedy’s death on the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the...


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Article

“The Quadrennial Choosing”

American poet Walt Whitman celebrates the act of voting in “Election Day, November, 1884.” He emphasize...

Historic Article

Susan B. Anthony Illegally Votes

On November 5, 1872, American civil rights activist Susan B. Anthony voted in a presidential election.



Article

Ostracism in Ancient Greece

Learn about how the ancient Greeks voted citizens—including political leaders—out of office.

Historic Article

Mandela Elected President

On April 27, 1994, South Africa held its first multiracial parliamentary elections.



Historic Article

Solidarity in Poland

On August 31, 1980, the trade union Solidarity was founded at the Lenin Shipyards in Gdansk, Poland. The Solidarity...


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Mount Rushmore

Download and print this coloring page of a famous United States landmark.

Article

nation

Encyclopedic entry. A nation is a territory where all the people are led by the same government. The word “nation” ...



Article

'Concealed-Carry' Permits

In this podcast, a director of the GAO's Homeland Security and Justice team outlines how states have increased citi...

Article

Woman Suffrage

On December 10, 1869, the Wyoming territorial legislature granted women the right to vote and to hold public office...


Article

Roosevelt's 'Date of Infamy' Speech

Listen to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt deliver his "Date of Infamy" appeal to Congress, one of the most impo...


Article

Documenting the President

How has photography helped define the U.S. presidency?


Historic Article

George W. Bush Claims U.S. Presidency

On December 13, 2000, George W. Bush announced he would be the next president of the United States, more than a mon...

Historic Article

Bleeding Kansas

On March 30, 1855, "Border Ruffians" from the pro-slavery state of Missouri illegally voted in the free territory o...