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Professions and Applied Sciences
Warfare and the US Constitution
This is a 3 part playlist of my lecture at Santa Fe College on "Warfare and the US Constitution".
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Civics -- Week 16, Part C
Individuals can also help solve social problems. An individual's skills in such activities as farming and medicine can be used to inform people and to help find solutions to global issues. Donating money and volunteering time can make a real difference. Even simple daily opportunities, such as putting a can in a recycling bin or turning off unnecessary lights, are helpful to the world as a whole. VIDEO OBJECTIVES - Describe how people can use their skills to deal with global problems - Explore examples of people who have made a difference in the world - List several small actions that can help solve global problems
Civics -- Week 3, Part F
The increased life span of the average American and technical advances in medicine have both contributed to the rising cost of healthcare in the United States. Many Americans receive health coverage through their jobs, and the federal government supplements insurance coverage for the poor and for senior citizens. Although several reforms have been suggested and implemented, the strain of the high cost of health care is still proving to be a challenge for the federal government and every American citizen. VIDEO OBJECTIVES - Explain why rising health care costs are a concern for all Americans - Explore the public policy issues behind the health care debate - Describe ways that individuals are helping to improve health care in their communities
This lesson gives you background on Absolute Monarchs in Europe from the 16th through the 19th century's.
Civics -- Week 5, Part D
Through the Revolutionary War and afterward, the new American nation set out to govern itself. The 13 newly independent states maintained order using constitutions, while the Continental Congress struggled to operate under the Articles of Confederation. Numerous crises during the post-war period illustrated a need for a revision of national interests. VIDEO OBJECTIVES - Describe the state and national governments Americans established after winning independence - Analyze reasons why many Americans wanted a stronger national government
How Laws Are Made (U.S.)
This is my new improved version of "How Laws Are Made"! I will go through the House, the Senate, and the President. I will also explain the notorious "filibuster" and other methods of obstruction. Follow me on twitter @wagpolitics
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