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Ken Burns: Civility and Democracy

Ken Burns: Civility and Democracy

Ken Burns discusses civility and democracy at the National Constitution Center.
Preview Length 01:16 Premiere: 10/2/11

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Funding is provided by Bank of America; PBS; CPB; The National Endowment for the Humanities; The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations; members of the Better Angels Society, including the Montrone Family through The Penates Foundation; and Park Foundation, Inc.

Host Dr. Wayne Tuckson in a dark shirt and gray jacket on the program set with a "Check Schedule" button.Host Dr. Wayne Tuckson in a dark shirt and gray jacket on the program set with a "Check Schedule" button.

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Prohibition

About Prohibition

PROHIBITION tells the story of the rise, rule, and fall of the Eighteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and the entire era it encompassed. Prohibition was intended to protect all Americans from the devastating effects of alcohol abuse. But, paradoxically, the enshrining of a faith-driven moral code in the Constitution caused millions of Americans to rethink their definition of morality.

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A Nation of Hypocrites

S1 E3 Length 1:46:36 Premiere Date 10/4/11

A Nation of Scofflaws

S1 E2 Length 1:51:59 Premiere Date 10/3/11

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PBS Previews | Prohibition

Length 22:35 Premiere Date 10/20/17

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