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American Presidency: The Right to Vote & Media

This presentation is going to summarize the right to vote and media within the American Presidency.

Alexis Ramos

on 23 April 2010

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Transcript of American Presidency: The Right to Vote & Media

American Presidency: The Right to Vote & Media We Want The Right To Vote!!! States had the say in who voted
and who did not vote. Most states
only gave white men that owned
property that right. Things changed
after women, young adults, and more
others fought for the right to vote. Media Media, as in radio, television, newspaper, etc., were ways to help the presidents comunicate with their people. Print Media In the 1900's, newspapers were the most popular way for American Presidents to communicate. Stump Speeches Before the invention of modern technology, our presidents gave speeches in person. However, not everyone could experience. Newsreels Newsreels helped political connections
with Washington in the 1920's to 1940's. Radio In the 1908 presidential race,
it was the first time ever that canidates
used radio to record their speeches. Television Presidency was not introduced to
television until the 1950's when Dwight D.
Eisenhower was in a comercial. Soon television
became a vey popular way for presidents to
communicate. Internet To this day, the Presidents are
trying to figure out more ways to
communicate by using the internet. Changing things to make it better.
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