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How inventions change history (for better and for worse) – Kenneth C. Davis
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How inventions change history (for better and for worse) – Kenneth C. Davis

Translator: tom carter Reviewer: Bedirhan Cinar This is the story of an invention that changed the world. Imagine a machine that could cut 10 hours of work down to one. A machine so efficient that it would free up people

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The Cannibal Warlords of Liberia (Full Documentary)
Republican Politician Blames Climate Change For His Corruption
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Republican Politician Blames Climate Change For His Corruption

Republican Representative John Culberson from the great state of Texas has come up with what might be one of the best excuses ever to cover up his own corruption. His excuse is that he was trying to learn about climate

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Upheaval at the 1860 Democratic Convention: What Happened When a Party Split | Retro Report
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Upheaval at the 1860 Democratic Convention: What Happened When a Party Split | Retro Report

If a particularly powerful issue grabs the public imagination, and you try to sweep it under the rug, that’s not going to work. Eventually push was going to come to shove. A new deal for the American people Extremism in

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Yale History Professor: U.S. Hasn’t Been This Divided Since Before Civil War | The 11th Hour | MSNBC
Why Red States & Blue States? | Democrat & Republican History
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Why Red States & Blue States? | Democrat & Republican History

Why RED states and BLUE states? No, I’m not talking about why we have Democrats and Republicans (I did that already) WHY THE COLORS?!?? Okay, Betsy Ross, I get it, the American flag… But Republicans/Red Democrats/Blue, through history, its actually

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Frederick Douglass: from Slave to Statesman
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Frederick Douglass: from Slave to Statesman

He was one of the most revered Americans of the 19th century. His story of personal triumph—humble origins to national prominence—is equal to or greater than that of Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, or Ulysses Grant. He never became a politician,

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Daily Bake by Glincon(US Election Special: Trump vs. Clinton)
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Daily Bake by Glincon(US Election Special: Trump vs. Clinton)

You wanted a weather forecaster? Oh yes, yes. Um this is for research. Never mind. Take a seat and I’ll bring another chair. Name’s Summer. I speak 2 languages, “한국말 잘함.” I wanna be your weather forecaster. OBVIOUSLY. I don’t

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