2,201Mar 12, 2012
Washington Classroom with Craig Crawford
Craig Crawford talked about the 2012 Republican presidential primary race, and past presidential primary contests.
1,045Oct 22, 2012
Evolution of Presidential Debates
Stephen Farnsworth, Robert Lichter, Rob Ritchie, and Carolyn Curiel talked about the evolution of presidential debates. They discussed the candidates' performances in the first two presidential ...
943Feb 13, 2012
Washington Classroom with Pat Buchanan
Pat Buchanan talked to students about Richard Nixon’s 1968 presidential campaign.
894Mar 11, 2013
Washington Classroom with Norm Ornstein
Norm Ornstein talked about Congress and whether it should be considered the “broken branch.”
765Mar 2, 2006
Press and the Presidency
Mr. Lockhart and Mr. Carney talked about the relationship between the president and the press. Among the topics they addressed were televised coverage of government press briefings, ...
548Jan 27, 2011
Nixon Presidency and Watergate
John Dean, former White House counsel to the Nixon administration from 1970 to 1973, spoke with students about the Nixon presidency and Watergate, his role in the Watergate scandal, and his book, ...
519Sep 14, 2011
1976 Presidential Election
Former White House communications director and the architect of Jimmy Carter’s presidential bid Gerald Rafshoon talked about how the former president won the 1976 election. President ...
511Nov 2, 2009
Role of Media in American Politics
Students from the University of Denver, George Mason University, and University of the District of Columbia participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class.
Stephen Farnsworth talked ...
461Nov 4, 2010
2010 Midterm Elections
Mr. Solomon and Mr. Malone spoke to college students about the 2010 midterm elections and potential impact of the Republican-led majority in the House of Representatives on Washington ...
402Jan 18, 2011
State of the Union Addresses
Mike Allen talked about the upcoming 2011 State of the Union address, specifically the elements of a successful State of the Union address and how this State of the Union might be different from ...
401Jan 10, 2006
Federal Government and the Libertarian Ideology
Students from the University of Denver (CO) participated by video feed in a distance learning class. Mr. Boaz talked to the students about the expansion of federal government and ...
398Apr 22, 2013
Washington Classroom with Stephen Farnsworth
Stephen Farnsworth talked about the press and the presidency, and the changing media environment.
This course was a joint educational partnership between C-SPAN, the Washington Center, George ...
378Feb 10, 2014
Congress and the Republican Party
Former Representative Connie Morella (R-MD) talked about Congress and the Republican Party. Students from the Washington Center, George Mason University in Virginia, and Purdue University in ...
365Feb 6, 2012
Lessons from the Tea Party Movement
Theda Skocpol and Peter Maer talked about the impact of the Tea Party movement on politics and public policy.
358Nov 7, 2011
Washington Classroom with Richard Norton Smith
Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about six men who tried unsuccessfully to become president.
343Nov 28, 2011
Women in Modern American Politics
Tiffany Dufu talked about the role of women in modern American politics with students at Purdue University, George Mason University, and the Washington Center for Politics and Journalism.
336Nov 5, 2012
Presidential Politics with John Anderson
Former Representative John Anderson (R-IL), an Independent presidential candidate in the 1980 election, talked about presidential politics. Video clips were shown, including political ...
309Apr 23, 2009
News Media and the Presidency
Sam Donaldson and Helen Thomas spoke to the C-SPAN distance learning class, which consisted of Pace University, University of Denver, and George Mason University. They focused on the ...
309Sep 28, 2009
John Dean on Watergate
John Dean spoke with students about his experiences in the Nixon administration during the Watergate scandal. He also answered questions from the students.
301Apr 7, 2011
Former White House Chief of Staff Andy Card
Andrew Card, former White House chief of staff in the George W. Bush administration, talked about the Bush presidency.
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