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History of The U.S. Government 1945 to 1977 Video

Video title: US Government 1945-1977

Use this American History video entitled U.S. Government 1945 to 1977 to study the historic influence of big business on the American government and the involvement of the U.S. government in social and economic issues affecting the public, including the regulation of business and the support of labor and civil rights.

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History of The U.S. Government 1945 to 1977 Video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • US Government History. Learn about the U.S. Government from 1945 to 1977. Trace the changing role of the U.S. government in the one hundred years following the Civil War.
  • Survey the changing role of the U.S. government from the end of the Civil War and President Lincoln's assassination to the years immediately following the Vietnam War protests and the Watergate scandal, which resulted in the resignation of a president.
  • Understand how Theodore Roosevelt reshaped the American presidency and ushered in the modern era of U.S. government.
  • Explore the changes that occurred in the authority of the U.S. government as America's leaders confronted World War 1, the Great Depression, and World War 2.
  • Gain insight to the historic influence of big business on the American government and the involvement of the U.S. government in social and economic issues affecting the public, including the regulation of business and the support of labor and civil rights.
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