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  1. "A Know Nothing" (Anonymous)
  2. "An Address Delivered Before the National Colored Teachers' Association"
  3. "Arsenal of Democracy"
  4. "Axis of Evil" (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  5. "Bloodsafety Resolution—August 1997"
  6. "Campaign Address of Governor Alfred E. Smith Oklahoma City, September 20, 1928"
  7. "Date of Repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment"
  8. "Easter, 1916" (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  9. "Eulogy for the Martyred Children"
  10. "Foreign Affairs: The Need for Leadership"
  11. "Franklin D. Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor Speech"
  12. "Hamlin Memorandum and Diary Extracts, Showing Federal Reserve Board Response to 1927 Recession and Stock Market: July 1, 1927–January 4, 1929"
  13. "I Have Seen War.…I Hate War"
  14. "Implementing Decisions of the Geneva Summit (C)"
  15. "Industrial Education for the Negro"
  16. "Memoranda Accompanying the Vetoes of the Lusk Laws"
  17. "Old Soldiers Never Die"
  18. "On Social Security"
  19. "Polio Vaccine Evaluation Results"
  20. "Preliminary Report of the Committee on Organization"
  21. "President Harry S. Truman's Address Before a Joint Session of Congress, March 12, 1947"
  22. "President Lyndon B. Johnson's Address to the Nation Announcing Steps to Limit the War in Vietnam and Reporting His Decision Not to Seek Reelection"
  23. "Presidential Speech Announcing Acceptance of an Invitation to Visit the People's Republic of China"
  24. "Press Conference of the President on North Korea"
  25. "Question-and-Answer Session with Reporters Helen Thomas and Jim Gerstenzang on the President's Recovery Period"
  26. "Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session with Reporters on the Air Traffic Controllers' Strike"
  27. "Report of the President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy"
  28. "Republican Contract with America"
  29. "Southern Manifesto"
  30. "Special Message to the Congress on Urgent National Needs"
  31. "Statement on First Federal Obesity Clinical Guidelines"
  32. "Text of Address by McGovern Accepting the Democratic Presidential Nomination"
  33. "Text of Truman Plea for Public Health Program"
  34. "The Army-McCarthy Hearings"
  35. "The Checkers Speech"
  36. "The Four Freedoms"
  37. "The Great Society"
  38. "The Kitchen Debate"
  39. "The New Nationalism"
  40. "Women's Rights Are Human Rights"
  41. 9/11 Commission Report (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  42. A Drink of Water by Seamus Heaney
  43. A Far Cry from Africa by Derek Walcott
  44. A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare
  45. A National Malaise
  46. A Rebirth by Faroogh Farrokhzaad
  47. A Report to the President: The Committee for the White House Conference on Education—Full Report.
  48. A Thaw in the Cold War
  49. A Thirst Against by Linda Gregg
  50. Abrams v. U.S
  51. Accounting by Claribel Alegria
  52. Acquiring the Panama Canal
  53. Act of March 26, 1790
  54. Adair v. U.S
  55. Adam Smith
  56. Adams Act
  57. Adams, John
  58. Adler v. Board of Education
  59. Adolf Hitler
  60. Agreements Between the United States and Japan
  61. Air for Mercury by Brenda Hillman
  62. Akron v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health
  63. Allegory by Mary Jo Bang
  64. American Industry in War: A Report of the War Industries Board
  65. An Acre of Grass by William Butler Yeats
  66. An Act for the Preservation of American Antiquities
  67. An African Elegy by Robert Duncan
  68. An Anthem by Sonia Sanchez
  69. Anasazi by Gary Snyder
  70. And What If I Spoke of Despair? by Ellen Bass
  71. Andrew Carnegie
  72. Andrew Ure
  73. Anna Comnena
  74. Anniversary by Joy Harjo
  75. Another Night in the Ruins by Galway Kinnell
  76. Answers to Letters by Thomas Transtromer
  77. Anti-Lynching Publicity Program
  78. Apis (Dragutin T. Dimitrijevic)
  79. Aristotle
  80. Arizona v. Fulminante
  81. Art Thou the Thing I Wanted by Alice Fulton
  82. Ashbridge, Elizabeth
  83. At the Bomb Testing Site by William Stafford
  84. Augustine
  85. Autumn Begins in Martins Ferry, Ohio by James Wright
  86. Bankhead-Jones Act of 1935
  87. Barbie Doll by Marge Piercy
  88. Barbot, James
  89. Beauharnais v. Illinois
  90. Bedtime Story by George MacBeth
  91. Benavides, Alonso de
  92. Benjamin Franklin
  93. Beowulf by Richard Wilbur
  94. Beverley, Robert
  95. Beware of Ruins by A. D. Hope
  96. Bidwell Ghost by Louise Erdrich
  97. Birches by Robert Frost
  98. Blood Oranges by Lisel Mueller
  99. Bonnard's Garden by Rickt Barot
  100. Bowers v. Hardwick
  101. Bradford, William
  102. Bradstreet, Anne Dudley
  103. Brandenburg v. Ohio
  104. Braunfeld v. Brown
  105. Brown v. Board of Education
  106. Bryan, William Jennings
  107. Buchanan v. Warley
  108. Buckley v. Valeo
  109. Bullock, Rufus B.
  110. Bunting v. Oregon
  111. But Perhaps God Needs the Longing by Nelly Sachs
  112. Bylaws of the Organization: Union or Death (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  113. California Proposition 187
  114. Camella Teoli
  115. Champion v. Ames
  116. China
  117. Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882
  118. Chocolates by Louis Simpson
  119. Clarence Thomas Confirmation Hearings
  120. Climbing by Lucille Clifton
  121. Closing Arguments in the O.J. Simpson Trial
  122. College Opportunity Act of 1978
  123. Columbus, Christopher
  124. Comminiqué No. 1 of the Intifada
  125. Commission on the Status of Women
  126. Coolidge, Calvin
  127. Cooper v. Aaron
  128. Cotton Gin Petition
  129. Courage by Anne Sexton
  130. Creation of NASA
  131. Curse by Frank Bidart
  132. Dark Side of Wartime Patriotism
  133. Darrow, Clarence
  134. Darwin in 1881 by Gjertrud Schnackenberg
  135. Daughter-Mother-Maya-Seeta by Reetika Vazirani
  136. Daylights by Rosanna Warren
  137. Debs v. U.S
  138. Declaration of Independence
  139. Deep Woods by Howard Nemerov
  140. Defining "Equal" in Higher Education
  141. Dennis v. U.S
  142. Department of Defense USS Cole Commission Report (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  143. Deus Volt—God Wills It!
  144. Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night by Dylan Thomas
  145. Douglas Macarthur
  146. Douglass, Frederick
  147. Dream Variations by Langston Hughes
  148. Driving to Town Late to Mail a Letter by Robert Bly
  149. Drought Year by Judith Wright
  150. Duration by Octavio Paz
  151. Dwight D. Eisenhower: U.N. Speech "Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy"
  152. Early in the Morning by Li-Young Lee
  153. Easton, John
  154. Eating Poetry by Mark Strand
  155. Ecoterrorism (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  156. Education of Mentally Retarded Children Act
  157. Edward M. Kennedy's Speech on Economic Issues, 1980 Democratic Convention
  158. Edwards v. Aguillard
  159. Eleanor Roosevelt
  160. Elegy for My Father, Who Is Not Dead by Andrew Hudgins
  161. Elise Amalie Wærenskjold
  162. Elizabeth
  163. Emancipation Proclamation
  164. Emperor Henry IV and Pope Gregory VII
  165. Engel v. Vitale
  166. Establishment of the State of Israel
  167. Ethics by Linda Pastan
  168. Everyman by Anonymous, Unknown
  169. Evolution and the Kansas State School System
  170. Executive Order 12291
  171. Executive Order 13099 (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  172. Executive Order 13231 (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  173. Executive Order 9835
  174. Fable by Octavio Paz
  175. Fading Light by Robert Creeley
  176. Falconbridge, Alexander
  177. Fanny Kelly
  178. Fassoulas v. Ramey
  179. FDA-Federal Meat Inspection Act
  180. Federal Antitrust Legislation
  181. Federal Farm Policy
  182. Federal Role in Traffic Safety: Hearings Before the Senate Subcommittee on Executive Reorganization of the Committee on Government Operations
  183. Fireside Chat on the Cost of Living and the Progress of the War
  184. First Reconstruction Act of 1867
  185. For a Citizen of These United States by Li-Young Lee
  186. For an Assyrian Frieze by Peter Viereck
  187. For Jennifer, 6, on The Teton by Richard Hugo
  188. For the White poets who would be Indian by Wendy Rose
  189. Four Mountain Wolves by Leslie Marmon Silko
  190. Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
  191. Frances Perkins
  192. Frank Holsinger
  193. Franklin D. Roosevelt
  194. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Excerpt from "Annual Message to Congress, January 3, 1938"
  195. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Excerpt From "Recommendation for Legislation to Provide Assistance"
  196. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Excerpt From 1933 Inaugural Address (Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself Speech)
  197. Franklin D. Roosevelt: First Fireside Chat
  198. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Second Inaugural Address
  199. Frederick Douglass
  200. Freedmen's Bureau Act

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