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American History Course
This course traces American history from its founding through 1877, the end of Reconstruction. It incorporates the “Four Pillars” of American exceptionalism—a Christian, mostly Protestant religious foundation; common law; private property with written titles and deeds; and a free market economy—as they shape the early United States.
World History Since 1775
This course traces world history—Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the United States—from the pivotal year 1775 to the present in two roughly equally balanced halves. It incorporates the “Four Pillars” of American Exceptionalism, or, more accurately, the absence of these and the effects this absence had, on other parts of the world. It includes culture, politics, and economics of the major parts of the world.
Wild Wednesday Webcast Replays
Missed a few Wild Wednesday Webcasts? Watch the replays now for just $5 a month. The whole library is yours! And remember to join us every Wednesday for the FREE LIVE webcasts. You get interesting, timely teachings and discussions that will get you learning, thinking, laughing and more. You wanted more time with Professor Larry? You got it! Watch live and subscribe now. You won't want to miss a single one! Better yet, become a VIP and get the Wild Wednesday Webcast Replay Library with your membership!
$5.00 USD every month
With a VIP membership, you will have access to: - American History - VIP Sample- Wild Wednesday Webcast Replays- 1620 Default- The Horrible History of Howard Zinn- Enduring Lessons on Life and Citizenship- Celebrity Interviews- Larry's Thoughts on Various Topics, including the eBook "All Thumbs: How Our Obsession with Phones and Devices is Damaging our Kids and Restructuring Our Lives"
$69.00 USD every year
Rockin' The Wall Movie
Rockin' the Wall is the compelling story of rock and roll's part in bringing down the Berlin Wall and smashing the Iron Curtain. Told from the perspective of rockers who played at the time, on both sides of the Wall, and from survivors of the communist regimes who recalled the lifeline that rock music provided them, Rockin' the Wall features new interviews and several original songs written exclusively for the film. The message that emerges is that music is a force of liberation, and in a society like America's, where it is seldom - if ever – truly suppressed, music failed to ignite a social revolution. Behind the Iron Curtain, where the mere act of expressing one's individuality constituted a potential act of revolution, music provided the key thread upon which the anti-communist struggle gained ground.
Other Walls 2 Fall Movie
Other Walls 2 Fall continues the story of how music continues as a force for freedom and liberation through-out the world. It is about music's power to break down political and institutional barriers - in this case, to penetrate and transform closed and oppressive societies. The music industry itself became another wall that fell before the exploding power of the internet.