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Com let Ben Franklin explain the branches of the U.S. government and how they started. You can learn about citizenship, elections, how laws are made, national vs.
A private, non-profit membership association of U.S. ambassadors.
Learn about the history and historical sites of America's capital city and find out about our presidents, first ladies, and other notable residents. Includes information on D.C.'s African-American heritage, the government, and more.
Find out about the political powers regular people have in the United States. Includes facts about the Supreme Court, state governments, Congress, and the president.