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Jun 25, 2015

Before we can start talking about elections, we really have to understand the background of why, how, and when the United States of America was formed. 

Join us as we discuss...

  • the establishment of America's first colony,
  • passage of the Stamp and Intolerable/Coercive Acts,
  • Continental Congress and Articles of Association,
  • the Revolutionary War,
  • our Declaration of Independence,
  • the Articles of Confederation and more!

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Jun 18, 2015

Election College is a show about United State Election History. 

In this introductory episode of Election College, Jason Goff and Ben Smith introduce themselves and the show to you, the listener. 

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