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Fri Mar 21 17:14:10 2014 UTClccn-no20041105260.18A walk through the 20th century with Bill Moyers0.270.35Out of the depths the miner's story /66191961no20041105266492265lccn-n79136408Corporation for Entertainment and Learninglccn-n81024550Moyers, Bill D.lccn-n81062763PBS Videolccn-n50031091Grinker, Charleslccn-n80014556WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)lccn-n50042896Koplin, Mertlccn-n50059291KQED-TV (Television station : San Francisco, Calif.)lccn-n79138931Weisberger, Bernard A.1922-np-roach, janetRoach, Janetlccn-n88272902Grubin, DavidFisher, Sanford H.HistoryBiographyEducational filmsInternet videosInterviewsUnited StatesSocial historyPolitical sciencePresidentsWorld War (1939-1945)African Americans--Civil rightsPropagandaRace relationsMoyers, Bill DCivil rights workersMass media--Political aspectsWorld politicsTelevision in politicsWeapons systemsWarAutomobilesRoosevelt, Theodore,Art--Political aspectsPresidents--ElectionWar casualtiesCapra, Frank,Advertising, PoliticalHippler, FritzAdvertising campaignsCivilization, ModernStudy skillsMass media and cultureMass media--Social aspectsColoradoNewsreelsCoal Strike (Colorado : 1913-1914)Coal minersNew Deal (1933-1939)Motion picture journalismExhibition catalogsFairsManners and customsTexas--MarshallAutomobiles--Social aspectsTransportation, AutomotiveMotion pictures in propagandaDepressionsFarmer, James,EuropeArchitecture, ModernPolitical activistsBroadcastingCommunication in marketingPolitical participationPublic relations1982198319841988199120002009201023843266973.914E7412897ocn011437212visu19830.24The TwentiesHistoryUsually seen as an age of speakeasies, flappers and high living, the 1920's also saw millions of workers struggling for better wages. This program explores this decade when old America was vanishing and a new urban nation was being formed. Includes reminiscences of Americans who lived during this period2544ocn019636842visu19830.31Change, changeHistoryThe 1960's were years of rapid change in America: the increasing impact of television, computerization, social unrest, assassinations, the war in Vietnam and the landing of a man on the moon. Bill Moyers investigates the cause and the effects of these diverse changes on our culture2532ocn020239347visu19880.25World War II the propaganda battleHistoryMoyers interviews two chief participants in the propaganda conflict-Fritz Hippler and Frank Capra. Followed by previews of upcoming segments1802ocn011437020visu19830.23Post-war hopes, cold war fearsHistoryDescribes life in America after World War II, a time of rash optimism and neuroses. While the dollar was strong and everyday life improved, the 1950's also saw the lowering of the Iron Curtain, the loss of China to Communism, the Korean War and the Red Scare1654ocn011244380visu19830.33Come to the FairsHistorySurvey of America's World's Fairs beginning with the first one held in Chicago in 1893. It was at these fairs that new inventions such as the Ferris wheel and the telephone were first introduced. Also discusses how fairs have changed in recent years1432ocn011447263visu19830.23America on the roadHistoryA history of the automobile and its profound effects on American society1181ocn018500522visu19880.28Out of the depths the miner's storyTakes a look at coal-miners in Colorado at the turn of the century; the poor working conditions, their almost feudal existance, and their attempt at a strike. Includes interviews with former Colorado coal-miners961ocn011401848visu19840.29WWII the propaganda battleHistoryShows how, during World War II, the United States and Germany used motion pictures to inspire their countrymen and instill in their troops a desire to win the war942ocn011410944visu19840.29The Helping handHistoryLooks at how the New Deal helped to create jobs during the Depression. Interviews former Civilian Conservation Corps workers who benefited from these programs932ocn010659625visu19840.24Marshall, Texas ; Marshall, TexasHistoryBiographyInterviewsBill Moyers returns to his hometown of Marshall, Texas, and reexamines his past through the voices of current residents and past classmates931ocn021460289visu19880.32The Reel world of newsHistoryLooks at newsreels, a unique 20th century institution. For over 50 years newsreels informed and entertained whole generations until their demise in the mid-1960's with the advance of televised nightly newscasts834ocn011692268visu19840.35Out of the depths the miner's storyHistoryInterviewsTakes a look at coal-miners in Colorado at the turn of the century; the poor working conditions, their almost feudal existence, and their attempt at a strike. Includes interviews with former Colorado coal-miners833ocn011191930visu19840.28TR and his timesHistoryBiographyJournalist Bill Moyers and biographer David McCullough examine Theodore Roosevelt, who helped shape America at the turn of the century. With his energy and optimism Roosevelt successfully ushered the country onto the world stage and championed reform legislation, setting a precedent for a strong chief executive721ocn019835528visu19880.25Presidents & politics, with Richard StroutHistoryBiographyJournalist Richard Strout reminisces about his career as a reporter covering Washington and the White House. Beginning with the administration of Warren G. Harding up to the Reagan administration, Strout has seen Washington grow from an unhurried southern town into a bustling international seat of government692ocn021233271visu19880.25The Second American revolutionHistoryThe first program covers the period through 1930, during which the foundations for the civil rights movement were laid. The dawn of the new century was celebrated by the presence of prominent blacks in all fields, although inequities were still persistent. Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee join Bill Moyers to examine the various and sometimes conflicting paths that black leaders advocated. The second program observes that Supreme Court decisions often reflect American public opinion. This was true in 1886 when the Supreme Court ruled that states could enforce "separate but equal" laws, and it was true in 1954 with the reversing decision that segregation in public education was unconstitutional. Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee join Bill Moyers to examine the 58 years between these landmark decisions, when America was forced to dismantle institutionalized segregation673ocn011285516visu19840.28Presidents & politics with Richard StroutHistoryBiographyJournalist Richard Strout reminisces about his career as a reporter covering Washington and the White House. Beginning with the administration of Warren G. Harding up to the Reagan administration, Strout has seen Washington grow from an unhurried southern town into a bustling international seat of government652ocn011515632visu19840.28The 30-second presidentEducational filmsInternet videosExamines how television has changed presidential elections beginning with Dwight Eisenhower, who first used this new medium in his 1952 campaign643ocn011431223visu19840.29I.I. Rabi, man of the centuryHistoryBiographyI.I. Rabi, nobel laureate physicist, discusses his views on atomic energy, the Nazi movement and the McCarthy era323ocn021233279visu19830.24The Arming of the earthHistoryEducational filmsInternet videosJournalist Bill Moyers considers how the machine gun, the submarine, and the airplane have revolutionized the conduct of war. Focuses on the way in which advances in the technology of war have vastly increased the civilian toll in wartime132ocn615651057visu19840.18A walk through the 20th century with Bill MoyersHistoryDescribes life in America after World War II, a time of rash optimism and neuroses. While the dollar was strong and everyday life improved, the 1950's also saw the lowering of the Iron Curtain, the loss of China to Communism, the Korean War and the Red ScareFri Mar 21 15:44:58 EDT 2014batch14344