Two great revolutions entwine. The American Revolution inspires dreams of political and personal liberty. The Industrial Revolution replaces muscle power with machines, freeing Mankind from nature's limits.

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Himself - Narrator (voice)
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Himself - NBC Nightly News
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Himself - Military Expert & Former Navy Seal (as Richard 'Mack' Machowicz)
H.W. Brands ...
Himself - University of Texas (as Prof. H. W. Brands)
George Wunderlich ...
Himself - National Museum of Civil War Medicine
Thaddeus Russell ...
Himself - Writer
James Meigs ...
Himself - Editor-in-Chief, Popular Mechanics
Mark Frauenfelder ...
Himself - Editor-in-Chief, MAKE
Dan McNichol ...
Himself - Writer
Alberto Camarillo ...
Himself - Stanford University (as Prof. Albert Camarillo)
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Himself - New York Presbyterian Hospital (as Dr. Mehmet Oz)
Eric Jay Dolin ...
Himself - Writer
H.M. Agnes Hsu ...
Herself - China Institute & UNESCO (as Dr. H. M. Agnes Hsu)
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Leopold von Gilsa
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Benjamin Latrobe Jr.
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Two great revolutions entwine. The American Revolution inspires dreams of political and personal liberty. The Industrial Revolution replaces muscle power with machines, freeing Mankind from nature's limits.

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11 December 2012 (USA)  »

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Dan McNichol: [about miners] It would be said of immigrants, you'd rarely see one with gray hair. A worker was lucky to live long enough to have gray hair.
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