Tag Archives: Politics

Grand Re-Opening: Research the LWV of Murfreesboro/Rutherford County!

Written by Kelsey Lamkin, Graduate Assistant The accretions to the League of Women Voters of Murfreesboro/Rutherford County Records have been processed. The accretions nearly doubled the size of the original records, and now they are ready for researchers! The records … Continue reading

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Politics, Persuasion, and Propaganda

Written by Zach Kautzman, Graduate Assistant    The Albert Gore Research Center recently participated in a collaborative exhibit with the Todd Art Gallery. The idea of the exhibit was to look at the ways that political parties use artistic influences … Continue reading

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Debate Moderator Harwood Has Gordon Campaign History

CNBC Chief Washington Correspondent John Harwood will be one of the moderators in tonight’s Republican Presidential Debate in Colorado.  As a Wall Street Journal reporter in 1994, Harwood spent two days with Congressman Bart Gordon covering his tough reelection campaign.  … Continue reading

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Tammy Wynette and politics

We’ve added more jingles and songs to our online exhibit “The History of Political Songs and Jingles in Tennessee.” The First Lady of Country Music graces us with three renditions for the the 1974 gubernatorial campaign of her greatest hit … Continue reading

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AGRC at 11th Annual Meeting of the Association of Centers for the Study of Congress

By Jim Havron, Archivist and Oral History Projects Coordinator Although it is a bit hot and humid in Columbia, South Carolina at this time of the year, it was still a pleasure for me to attend the 11th annual meeting … Continue reading

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Archive of Middle Tennessee Women

Written by Donna Baker, University Archivist It’s Women’s History Month and the Albert Gore Research Center has many collections that celebrate women’s history.  One part of our mission is to collect materials relating to the lives and contributions of local … Continue reading

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The History of Political Songs and Jingles in Tennessee

“The History of Political Songs and Jingles in Tennessee” online exhibit was launched last week. A collaborate effort between the Center for Popular Music and the Albert Gore Research Center, this project was curated by John Fabke to illustrate the … Continue reading

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