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Google Blog: By Washington’s teeth! U.S. presidential history, now on Google Arts & Culture

Google Blog: By Washington’s teeth! U.S. presidential history, now on Google Arts & Culture. “Today, as a follow-up to our American Democracy collection, Google Arts & Culture is partnering with more than 30 cultural institutions to bring you history from the United States presidency… With over 2,000 new artifacts, photos, pictures and more, and 63 new exhibits (for 158 exhibits, total) this collection invites you to remember and celebrate the history, lives and legacies of the 44 U.S. presidents.”

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#13 - Reflections on American Leadership and the US Constitution

After finishing a great read on the life of Benjamin Franklin, I have been consistently inspired by how incredibly gifted and astute our founding fathers were. 1,033 more words

Leadership

State of Tennessee Puts New Andrew Jackson Collection Online

The state of Tennessee has put a new Andrew Jackson collection online. “…the Tennessee State Library and Archives has an online collection of materials that will make it easier to learn about the nation’s seventh president. 56 more words

New Resources

When the primary source is Trump himself: Factba.se compiles all Trump, on all platforms, at all times (Nieman Lab)

Nieman Lab: When the primary source is Trump himself: Factba.se compiles all Trump, on all platforms, at all times. “This easily searchable trove covers virtually every single communication that comes from Donald Trump himself across multiple social platforms, as well as from from the White House.”

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The skinny-dipping, poem-writing, Bible-loving US President

I’m currently busy writing a Good Friday service for a Christian congregation in Cape Town’s central business district. The service will include a string quartet playing five short but beautiful classical pieces (including Bach’s Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring, and Massenet’s Meditation from Thais), and a selection of poetry by Eliot, … 662 more words

19th Century

NextGov: NARA Rethinks How to Store Presidential Records

NextGov: NARA Rethinks How to Store Presidential Records. “President Donald Trump may be the most prolific Twitter user the Oval Office has seen, but the National Archives and Records Administration is currently grappling with how best to store the vast number of social media postings, emails and digital documents produced by his predecessor’s White House.”

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Describe the rise of conservative movement as seen in the presidential candidacy of Barry Goldwater (1964) and the election of Richard M. Nixon

Nixon Campaign – what was his strategy to win… 160 more words

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