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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