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  1. Frontiero v. Richardson
  2. Fullilove v. Klutznick
  3. G-8 Statement on WMDs (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  4. Garcia v. San Antonio Metropolitan Transit Authority
  5. General Horace Porter
  6. Geometry by Rita Dove
  7. George Bush: Excerpt from End of Cold War
  8. George H. W. Bush
  9. George W. Bush
  10. Gideon Welles
  11. Gitlow v. New York
  12. Gong Lum v. Rice
  13. Gordon, John Brown
  14. Gregg v. Georgia
  15. Gregory of Tours
  16. Grimms' Fairy Tales
  17. Griswold v. Connecticut
  18. Hamlet by William Shakespeare
  19. Hammurabi
  20. Harding, Warren G.
  21. Harlem by Langston Hughes
  22. Harry S. Truman: Special Message to Congress on Greece and Turkey
  23. Harry S. Truman: Special Message to Congress on Threat to Freedom of Europe
  24. Having it Out with Melancholy by Jane Kenyon
  25. Hayes, Rutherford B.
  26. Health Maintenance Organization Act of 1973
  27. Henderson v. U.S
  28. Henry McNeal Turner
  29. Henry N. Copp
  30. His Speed and Strength by Alicia Ostriker
  31. Hoke v. U.S
  32. Home Building and Loan Association v. Blaisdell
  33. Homeland Security Act of 2002 (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  34. Homestead Act of 1862
  35. Horizons of Rooms by W. S. Merwin
  36. Hospital Window by James Dickey
  37. Houston, East & West Texas Railway Co. v. U.S.
  38. How the Other Half Lives
  39. How to Understand Shakespeare's Language: Strategies for Reading the Bard by eNotes
  40. Hughes, Louis
  41. Huldrych Zwingli
  42. Humanae Vitae: Encyclical of Pope Paul VI on the Regulation of Birth
  43. I Go Back to May 1937 by Sharon Olds
  44. I Stop Writing the Poem by Tess Gallagher
  45. i was sitting in mcsorley's by e. e. cummings
  46. I, I, I by Hayden Carruth
  47. Immigration Act of 1924
  48. In Memory of Radio by Amiri Baraka
  49. In Particular by Elena Karina Byrne
  50. In the Suburbs by Louis Simpson
  51. Incident in a Rose Garden by Donald Justice
  52. Indian Removal Act of 1830
  53. Investigation of Petroleum Resources
  54. Irvine v. California
  55. Island of the Three Marias by Alberto Rios
  56. Israel's Revised Disengagement Plan
  57. Ithaka by C. P. Cavafy
  58. J. D. B. Stillman
  59. James Dunn and Dean M. Kelley to President Clinton, March 11, 1993
  60. James Henry Gooding
  61. Japanese Internment and the Law
  62. John Ashcroft
  63. John Brown and Henry David Thoreau
  64. John C. Frémont
  65. John Calvin
  66. John F. Kennedy: Berlin Crisis
  67. John F. Kennedy: Excerpt from Remarks in Rudolph Wild Platz, Berlin (Ich bin ein Berliner speech)
  68. John F. Kennedy: Soviet Arms Buildup in Cuba
  69. John S. Smith
  70. Johnson v. Transportation Agency
  71. Johnson, Andrew
  72. Joint Declaration at U.S.–Russian Summit
  73. Joseph Burstyn, Inc. v. Wilson
  74. Joseph R. Mccarthy
  75. Josiah Gregg
  76. Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
  77. Kalm, Per (Peter)
  78. Karl Marx
  79. Kellogg, Frank and Aristide Briand
  80. Kellogg-Briand Pact
  81. Kilroy by Peter Viereck
  82. Kindness by Naomi Shihab Nye
  83. Knight, Sarah Kemble
  84. Lady Sarashina
  85. Last Request by Joel Brouwer
  86. Leda and the Swan by William Butler Yeats
  87. Leigh, Frances Butler
  88. Lepidopterology by Jesper Svenbro
  89. Letter to Ngo Dinh Diem
  90. Lewis, Ellen Welles
  91. Lincoln, Abraham and United States Constitution
  92. Lo Kuan-chung
  93. Lochner v. New York
  94. Loom and Spindle
  95. Lord Baltimore
  96. Louis Farrakhan's Remarks at the Million Man March, October 17, 1995
  97. Loving v. Virginia
  98. Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council
  99. Lyndon B. Johnson
  100. Macbeth by William Shakespeare
  101. Mapp v. Ohio
  102. Marco Polo
  103. Margaret Cavendish
  104. Margaret of Navarre
  105. Mark Twain
  106. Martin Luther
  107. Martin Luther King, Jr
  108. Martin, Edward Winslow
  109. Mastectomy by Alicia Ostriker
  110. Maternity by Swir Anna
  111. Maximilien Robespierre
  112. McCarran-Walter Act (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  113. Medical Education in the United States and Canada: A Report to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
  114. Memorial of the Chinese Six Companies
  115. Memory by Sarah Arvio
  116. Merlin Enthralled by Richard Wilbur
  117. Meyer v. Nebraska
  118. Michael Sadler
  119. Michel de Montaigne
  120. Mikhail Gorbachev
  121. Mind by Jorie Graham
  122. Miranda v. Arizona
  123. Monologue for an Onion by Sue (suji) Kwock Kim
  124. Moreover, the Moon by Mina Loy
  125. Morning Walk by Claire Malroux
  126. Morrison v. Olson
  127. Mueller v. Allen
  128. Music Lessons by Mary Oliver
  129. My Father's Song by Simon Ortiz
  130. Names of Horses by Donald Hall
  131. Nat Love
  132. National Commission on Terrorism (NTC) Report (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  133. National Report on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals
  134. National Security Directive 45: U.S. Policy in Response to the Iraqi Invasion of Kuwait
  135. New Parties Challenge the Economic System
  136. New York Times Co. v. U.S
  137. New York v. Quarles
  138. New York Worker's Compensation Act
  139. Newpaper Accounts Regarding the Telegraph
  140. Nikita Khrushchev: Excerpt From "Crimes of Stalin" Speech
  141. Ninia Baehr, Genora Dancel et al. v. John C. Lewin
  142. Nomination of Sandra Day O'Connor
  143. Norris v. Alabama
  144. Northern Securities Co. v. U.S.
  145. Northern Securities Co. v. United States
  146. Notes on the State of Virginia
  147. NSC-68: United States Objectives and Programs for National Security
  148. Occasion of the Entry of the Arab Armies in Palestine
  149. Ode to a Drum by Yusef Komunyakaa
  150. Ode to My Socks by Pablo Neruda
  151. Oedipus Rex by Sophocles
  152. On Certainty by Ludwig Wittgenstein
  153. One of the Smallest by Gerald Stern
  154. Originally by Carol Ann Duffy
  155. Othello by William Shakespeare
  156. Ozawa v. United States
  157. Pacem in Terris
  158. Paradiso by Kenneth Koch
  159. Paradoxes and Oxymorons by John Ashbery
  160. Patterson v. Colorado
  161. Penn, William
  162. Pike, James Shepherd
  163. Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey
  164. Plutarch
  165. Plyler v. Doe
  166. Preamble to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
  167. President Clinton's State of the Union Address January 23, 1996
  168. President Johnson's Health Care Programs
  169. Presidential Debate, October 11, 1992
  170. Presidential Debate, October 15, 1992
  171. Presidential Reactions to Joseph McCarthy
  172. Procopius
  173. Progressive Party Documents
  174. Pure Food and Drug Act
  175. Radio Act of 1927
  176. Ragged Dick
  177. Random Reminiscences
  178. Rapier, James
  179. Rapture by Joelle Biele
  180. Reactionary Essay on Applied Science by Phyllis McGinley
  181. Referral to the United States House of Representatives (The Starr Report)
  182. Remarks by Representative Henry Hyde on Prohibition of Partial Birth Abortions
  183. Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union
  184. Report of the Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure
  185. Report on the Enforcement of the Prohibition Laws of the United States
  186. Reuben Quick Bear v. Leupp
  187. Revels, Hiram
  188. Richard Cordley
  189. Richard M. Nixon
  190. Richard M. Nixon: Excerpt from Remarks on Returning from China
  191. Richard Peterson to All Staff Judge Advocates and Military Judges November 3, 1994
  192. Richmond v. J.A. Croson Co.
  193. Robert F. Kennedy
  194. Roberts v. U.S. Jaycees
  195. Roman Catholic Church
  196. Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
  197. Ronald Reagan
  198. Ronald Reagan's Remarks at the Brandenburg Gate
  199. Roosevelt, Franklin D.: Excerpt From "There Can be no Appeasement"
  200. Roosevelt, Franklin D.: Excerpt From "Ulimited National Emergency"

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