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Introduce your students to political cartoons with Herbert Block's bold, visually inviting style. 32 cartoons cover the 1940s through the 1990s. [...] »

Uncover the inner workings and history of the US Electoral College. Click here to explore! [...] »

Provides a wealth of information on US presidential elections, with a particular focus on the 2000 election. [...] »

Learn about Native American technology, including wigwams, beadwork, pottery, and tools. [...] »

View political cartoons by Herbert Block, father of the term, "McCarthyism." [...] »

Look to the Library of Congress for your election and electoral congress needs. [...] »

How has campaigning changed over the years? Need to know details on major campaign issues? [...] »

How many votes did each nominee receive in federal elections? [...] »

Explore popular vote distribution by state since 1860, as well as that in Virginia elections. [...] »

Use modern political cartoons to introduce analysis of recent events. [...] »

 
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