This much-honored PBS documentary series explores American history, one topic or person at a time.
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Fall 1967, student protest against the Vietnam war spiraled out control in Wisconsin.
The utopian beginnings of peace and love prevailed, and ended in chaos.
As the war ends, America is forever transformed by the violent and bloody conflict.
As patriotism sweeps the nation, the country assembles its first mass conscripted army.
In 1965, The Dow Company — best known for making Saran Wrap — began making Napalm.
In 1967, a demonstration at the University of Wisconsin sparked the antiwar movement.
In October 1967, a Viet Cong ambush nearly wiped out an American battalion.
In October of 1967, a massive protest at the University of Wisconsin turned violent.
Into the Amazon premieres January 2018.
A portrait of the Haight Ashbury district at the height of the hippie movement.
Explore the gamut of great burgers in Greater Washington, from greasy to gourmet. This documentary visits over a dozen burger joints in the area, showcasing classic burgers to exotic and quirky updates on this favorite All-American food.
Live performances from some of today's finest chamber musicians, recorded in the acoustically superb Barns at Wolf Trap.
Where should you go for the most important meal of the day? Explore two dozen delicious suggestions throughout the Capital region.
Sesame Street, the recipient of 85 Emmys, helps children learn and grow with its unique blend of excitement, humor, and compassion.
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For more than 30 years, WETA has proudly partnered with Ken Burns to bring landmark documentaries to the nation.