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C-SPAN
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C-SPAN

C-SPAN (Cable-Satellite Public Affairs Network) has been broadcasting public affairs programming and U.S. government proceedings since 1979 and they now offer a complete, freely accessible video archive going back to 1987. They offer 160,000 hours of archived programming in the C-SPAN video library with over 250,000 programs. In addition to their video offerings, they also offer MP3 audio downloads at $0.99 per program on their site, free podcasts, and they feature free and premium audio downloads on Audible.com. Here we''ve highlighted many of their videos and we feature special programs from the most well known political figures, the most highly regarded authors, and some of the most popular thinkers that we feature on LearnOutLoud.com.

You can check out our feature on the best of C-SPAN right here: Best of CSPAN Video.


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by John F. Kennedy
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In his 1961 inaugural speech, John F. Kennedy spoke of the challenges posed by the nuclear arms race with the Soviet Union and urged "both sides seek to invoke the wonders of science instead of its terrors".

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by Richard M. Nixon
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Richard M. Nixon's 1973 inaugural address began his second term as president.

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by Bill Clinton
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Renewal and reform were the prevalent themes of Bill Clinton's first inaugural address in 1993.

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by James Baldwin
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Mr. Baldwin talked about the civil rights movement, the mistaken worship of innocence and immaturity, the interdependent connections of the world, the U.S. guilt from taking Native American lands, and other topics. He also responded to questions submitted by audience members.

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by Elena Kagan
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The Supreme Court: Home to America's Highest Court takes an unprecedented look into the Supreme Court, its role, traditions and history of the Court featuring interviews with all the sitting and retired Justices.

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by Evan Wolfson
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Pace Law School hosts a debate on gay marriage with David Blankenhorn, author of The Future of Marriage, and Evan Wolfson, author of Why Marriage Matters: America, Equality, and Gay People's Right to Marry.

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by George H.W. Bush
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In his 1989 inaugural address, George H.W. Bush reiterated his "a thousand points of light" theme and spoke of "harnessing the unused talent of the elderly and the unfocused energy of the young".

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by Franklin D. Roosevelt
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On March 4, 1933, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was inaugurated as the 32nd President of the United States.

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by Warren Buffett
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Mr. Buffett spoke about the financial future of American youth offering advice for ways to stay out of debt and to live frugally. After his remarks he answered questions from the audience.

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by Nelson Mandela
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During this joint meeting of Congress, South African President Nelson Mandela gave an address on the House floor. At the conclusion of his speech, the House went into recess before beginning the legislative business.

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