Schoolhouse Rock! (1973–2009)
|1||No More Kings (20 Sep. 1975) |
The story of the American Independence movement.
|2||Fireworks (3 Jul. 1976) |
A musical celebration of the Fourth of July.
|3||The Shot Heard 'Round the World (18 Oct. 1975) |
Paul Revere's ride signals the start of the American Revolution, whose non-stop action is well known.
|4||The Preamble (1 Nov. 1975) |
A song about the Constitution of the United States of America with a focus on its opening statement of principles.
|5||Elbow Room (22 May 1976) |
The Schoolhouse Rock view of America's westward expansion.
|6||The Great American Melting Pot (1 May 1976) |
A look at the Democratic recipe that built America.
|7||Mother Necessity (10 Jul. 1976) |
A run-through of the needs that inspired some of America's most influential inventions.
|8||Sufferin' Till Suffrage (21 Feb. 1976) |
Here's how Mott and Howe and Anthony finally won the right to vote.
|9||I'm Just a Bill (27 Mar. 1976) |
A bill explains how, if it actually happens, he would get through Congress to become a law.
|10||Three-Ring Government (13 Mar. 1979) |
A kid who's into circuses finds it easy to remember how the branches of the United States government perform.
|11||I'm Gonna Send Your Vote to College (1 Jan. 2002) |
No one gets to be President without graduating from the Electoral College!
|12||Presidential Minute (19 Jun. 2002) |
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