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In July 1998, C-SPAN assumed responsibility for the archival operations and the facilities were moved from the Purdue University campus to the Purdue Research Park in West Lafayette, Indiana. The indexing, abstracting, and cataloging of C-SPAN programs is the responsibility of the C-SPAN Archives staff."--About C-SPAN Video Library p5317ocn056674670visu19920.86Presidential candidates debate [Sept. 30, 2004]First debate between U.S. presidential candidates George Bush, Bill Clinton and Ross Perot304ocn043679704visu19990.31Theodore RooseveltBiographyDiscusses his home and family life, his military and political career, and his campaign for president as a third party candidate on the "Bull Moose" ticket291ocn042895275visu19990.25George WashingtonBiographyHistorians and others describe the military and political career of the 1st president of the United States, tour Mount Vernon (Washington's home), and answer questions called in by viewers282ocn042901576visu19990.33James K. PolkBiographyHistorians describe the life and political career of the 11th president of the United States, tour the James K. Polk Home (Columbia, Tenn.) and answer questions called in by viewers273ocn043536248visu19990.33Calvin CoolidgeBiographyScholars and historians discuss the life and career of Calvin Coolidge. Addressed are his early law and political careers, his rise to president upon the death of Warren Harding, and his struggle with progressive politicians. Various sites associated with Coolidge are shown, and viewer telephone calls taken261ocn042902380visu19990.24McCullough, David GJohn AdamsBiographyDavid McCullough describes the life and political career of the 2nd president of the United States. The Adam's National Historic Park (Quincy, Mass.) is shown and viewer questions are answered262ocn042959853visu19990.30Ulysses S. GrantBiographyHistorians and family descendants describe the military and political career of the 18th president of the United States. A tour of Grant's Tomb (New York, N.Y.) is shown and questions from viewers are answered262ocn043450982visu19990.28Harry S. TrumanBiographyDiscusses Truman's rise to office after the death of Franklin Roosevelt, his presidency at the end of World War II, his reelection and second term, and his presidency during the Korean War262ocn057453400visu20050.70Constitutional relevance of foreign court decisionsJustices Antonin Scalia and Stephen Breyer spoke of the relevance of foreign law for American Constitutional adjudication, including the use of foreign court precedents in deciding U.S. constitutional cases and whether the United States should consider shifting world standards on social and moral issues such as the death penalty262ocn043452340visu19990.26John F. KennedyBiographyDiscussion of Kennedy's childhood, Navy career, early political career, positions on civil rights and foreign policy, and assassination251ocn043452510visu19990.30Lyndon B. JohnsonBiographyDiscussion about his rise to the presidency after the assassination of President Kennedy, his plan for the Great Society, his civil rights record, and his involvement in the Vietnam War. Also talks about his personal life and time at the "Texas White House"251ocn042959884visu19990.27Thomas JeffersonBiographyDramaHistorians and others describe the political career of the 3rd president of the United States, tour Monticello (Charlottsville, Va.), and answer questions called in by viewers252ocn043697049visu19990.33George BushBiographyThe life and career of George Bush are discussed252ocn042883662visu19990.35Zachary TaylorBiographyHistorians describe the military and political career of the 12th president of the United States, tour the Zachary Taylor National Cemetery, and answer questions called in by viewers242ocn043536174visu19990.35Chester A. ArthurBiographyScholars and historians discuss the life and career of Chester A. Arthur. Addressed are the election of 1880, Arthur's rise to the presidency after President Garfield was shot, and his life before the presidency, as well as papers and artifacts housed at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y., where these interviews take place242ocn042906544visu19990.28John TylerBiographyHistorians and family descendants describe the life and political career of the 10th president of the United States. A tour of Sherwood Forest Plantation (Charles City County, Va.) is shown and questions from viewers are answered242ocn043452488visu19990.30Franklin D. RooseveltBiographyDiscussion of his early political career, his battle with polio, the New Deal and the Great Depression, and his leadership in World War II. Also a discusses the life and career of Eleanor Roosevelt242ocn043697104visu19990.35Ronald ReaganBiographyScholars and historians discuss the life and career of Ronald Reagan. Addressed are Reagan's early film career, involvement in California politics, his penchant for a Western lifestyle, and the assassination attempt on his life241ocn187304947visu20070.37Presidential libraries history uncoveredToursA twelve part series featuring the libraries of the modern presidents that are part of the presidential libraries system administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. Each presents an overview of the life and career of the president drawing from the film and sound recordings, letters, documents and artifacts held by the libraries. Library officials give guided tours of the libraries and respond to telephone calls and electronic mail. Richard Norton Smith, the series historian and consultant, participates from the studio in Washington, D.CThu Oct 16 15:35:15 EDT 2014batch35638