I have discussed previously the ingenious history class in which Williams College students were asked to produce presidential campaign video ads for and/or against candidates in pre-Civil War races.
As you may expect, I awaited with particular interest any videos focusing on my main man, Millard Fillmore. It was not a sure thing, since he didn't even get the Whig nomination in 1852, and his most serious run was as a third-party candidate of the American Party in 1856.
But, I'm delighted to report, students managed to produce two Fillmore videos, one pro, the other con, both of which are quite good. The pro-Millard video is at the top. The anti is below:
You can find all the videos from the class on YouTube here.