Democracy & reform

"As America expanded, many people prospered, while others, especially immigrants in large urban areas, struggled with poverty, substance abuse and homelessness. In addition, property qualifications limited the number of citizens who could vote. See how Andrew Jackson's rise to the presiden...

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Corporate Authors: Schlessinger Media
InVision Communications
Other Authors: Nevison, Henry
Palermo, Dana

Samson, Catherine

Payer, Hollis
Format: Movie DVD
Language:English
Spanish
Published:Wynnewood, PA : Schlessinger Media, c2003
Series:United States history video collection
United States history collection. Origins to 2000 ; vol. 7
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440 0 |a United States history collection.  |p Origins to 2000 ;  |v vol. 7 
538 |a DVD 
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546 |a Soundtracks in English and Spanish; closed-captioned 
511 0 |a Narrator, Hollis M. Payer 
508 |a Music, John Hodian ; editor, Brian "Fade" Gannon 
500 |a Originally produced in 1998 
500 |a Series title on container and disc surface: United States history : Origins to 2000 
521 0 |a Designed for grades 5-12 
520 |a "As America expanded, many people prospered, while others, especially immigrants in large urban areas, struggled with poverty, substance abuse and homelessness. In addition, property qualifications limited the number of citizens who could vote. See how Andrew Jackson's rise to the presidency prompted significant social and political change. Gradually, property qualifications were eliminated and more men gained the right to vote. Viewers learn about the Seneca Falls Convention, the first organized attempt to address the rights of women. This program also addresses how others tried to improve both themselves and society. During this period, many people sought to end the most divisive issue in America-- slavery-- and strove for a stronger, more unified nation."--Container 
505 0 |a New day dawning -- The age of Jackson -- Awake my soul -- Demon run -- Votes for women -- Cages, closets, and cellars -- Utopian societies -- A call to end slavery 
500 |a Special features: discussion questions 
600 1 0 |a Jackson, Andrew,  |d 1767-1845 
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650 0 |a Women  |x Suffrage  |z United States  |x History  |y 19th century 
650 0 |a Slavery  |z United States  |x History 
650 0 |a Democracy  |z United States 
651 0 |a United States  |x Social conditions  |y 18th century 
651 0 |a United States  |x Social conditions  |y 19th century 
651 0 |a United States  |x Politics and government  |y 1783-1865 
650 0 |a Video recordings for the hearing impaired 
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700 1 |a Nevison, Henry 
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700 1 |a Payer, Hollis 
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