Chasing the American Dream by David Ndreca [NOTE: Both the subject and the interviewer switch languages as per convenience, therefore, the transcript has been translated and appropriated.] “Immigrants dreamed the same dreams that immigrants always have–of opportunity in America for … Continue reading
By: Mitchell Snyder In June of 1976, the future of the Republican Party remained uncertain as delegates and candidates alike entered a convention without a candidate. In the months leading up to the gathering, neither President Gerald Ford or … Continue reading
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By Sam Drabkin Catherine Drabkin began working as the director of the Charlottesville AIDS support Group when she was 26. Fresh out of graduate school, Drabkin started in 1989 and would act as the director there for there years. “In the fall … Continue reading
The Living Room Candidate website, courtesy of the Museum of the Moving Image, has collected televised presidential campaign advertisements from 1952 to the present day. They offer a great window for understanding some key trends in US history since 1945. … Continue reading