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[inaudible conversation] >> in a world of ambiguity and temptation, you need a moral compass. you must develop principles that you compromised for no one, not for a loved one, not for a job, and not for a chance for fame or wealth. >> whether the individual acts in the legal governmental or private were around, one dedicated person can reflect what some consider to be in uncaring world. >> starting at the bottom is not humiliation. it's humility. an honest assessment of where you are on the learning curve. >> the goal is excellence. the agenda, plenty, peace, protection of the environment,
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pride and pluralism. >> just a few past commencement speeches from the c-span video library and again this year, watch commencement speeches by politicians, leaders and white house officials on may 20, 27th, 29th , memorial day and june 3 on c-span and >> this weekend on american history tv on c-span three, saturday at 6:00 p.m. author and historian on the black women's who worked as nurses, soldiers and spies for the union army. >> she was the wife of edward bannister, one of the leading african-american artists. she became involved in the underground railroad. she was a proud and consistent supporter of the u.s. color troops. >> at eight, lectures in history and professor margaret o'mara on the 1968 presidential election and
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events that affected the outcome. >> hero after hero is slain. jfk, martin luther king. at kennedy's assassination, it precipitates national morning and it throws the democratic nomination into turmoil. >> lynn cheney, author of the book james madison, life reconsidered discusses his personality, health problems and political career. >> madison was lucky to encounter doctors who told him to exercise. what a modern thing to think. it's often recommended today for people who suffer from epilepsy. >> this month marks john f. kennedy's 100th birthday and sunday at 8:00 p.m., jfk's nephew, steven kennedy smith reflect on my life and career of the 35th president. >> he was a decorated combat veteran. he did believe in a strong
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military, but he had a much broader conception about what american identity was. he reached out across the aisle, launched the for in 1961, an incredible program for young people started with the alliance for progress and he engaged in the space race. >> for complete schedule go to >> on monday, "washington journal" will be live from the offices of axis, a new foundation founded earlier this year. we will discuss the mission in funding and challenges facing new startups. we will also have the latest news from the white house and capitol hill. "washington journal" live from arlington virginia starting at 8:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. later a three-judge panel of
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the ninth circuit court of appeals in seattle will hear oral argument on president trumps revised travel been. hawaii versus trunk. the court is considering an appeal of the ruling that blocked the bay on on issuing visas to citizens of muslim majority countries. hawaii was the first state to sue the trump administration over the revised travel ban which removed iraq from the list. c-span petitioned the ninth circuit to consider allowing her broadcast and it was granted. live coverage begins monday on c-span. ♪ ♪ >> hello and welcome to the uk


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