From Washington to Lincoln – The Geography of US Presidential Elections

We have now posted Lecture 2 of our ongoing course, The Geography of US Presidential Elections, presented by Stanford’s Continuing Studies program. You can download it via TunesU here (in high res) or you can watch it embedded below. This week, Professor Martin Lewis takes you through America’s early formative elections, starting with Washington and Jefferson’s electoral victories and moving through the transformative Civil War. To watch the first lecture, click here. And to ask Professor Lewis questions about the second lecture, just click here. And keep in mind, this is all free. For more free courses, check out our big collection here.


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