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  1. Roosevelt, Franklin D.: Excerpt From "We Are Going to Win the War"
  2. Roth v. U.S
  3. Rowlandson, Mary
  4. Russia
  5. Russian Letter by John Yau
  6. Saint Francis and the Sow by Galway Kinnell
  7. Sally C. Johnson
  8. Sampling of Key New Deal Legislation
  9. Samuel Gompers
  10. Schenck v. U.S
  11. Scopes v. Tennessee
  12. Securities Exchange Act of 1934
  13. Sedition Act, 1918
  14. Seeing You by Jean Valentine
  15. Sergei Nechayev
  16. Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944
  17. Shotoku Taishi
  18. Smith Act of 1940 (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  19. Smith, John
  20. Smith-Hughes Act of 1917
  21. Smith-Lever Act of 1914
  22. Smoking and Health: Report of the Advisory Committee to the Surgeon General of the Public Health Service
  23. Social Life by Anthony Dey Hoagland
  24. somewhere I have never traveled,gladly beyond by e. e. cummings
  25. Song of a Citizen by Czeslaw Milosz
  26. Southbound on the Freeway by May Swenson
  27. Southern Horrors (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  28. Speech by Dwight Eisenhower to the U.S. Congress, February 22, 1955
  29. Speech to the Officers' Club
  30. Speeches Before the National American Woman Suffrage Association Conventions, 1903–1906
  31. Speeches to the Knesset
  32. Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters
  33. Spreading Good, Forbidding Evil (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  34. Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey v. U.S.
  35. Starlight by Philip Levine
  36. Statement of Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley Regarding the Goals 2000: Educate America Act
  37. Statement to Parliament on the London Bombings (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  38. Statement Upon Sentencing the Rosenbergs
  39. Station by Eamon Grennan
  40. Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost
  41. Sumner, Charles
  42. Sunday Morning by Wallace Stevens
  43. Swann v. Board of Education
  44. Sweatt v. Painter
  45. Temple Bells Die Out by Matsuo Basho
  46. Ten Years after Your Deliberate Drowning by Robin Behn
  47. Tennessee Laws Regarding the Teaching of Evolution
  48. The Afterlife by Billy Collins
  49. The Alexandria Protocol
  50. The Americans with Disabilities Act Becomes Law
  51. The Art of the Novel by Natasha Sajé
  52. The Best of Poe by Edgar Allan Poe
  53. The Biltmore Program
  54. The Blue Rim of Memory by Denise Levertov
  55. The Boy by Marily Hacker
  56. The Bretton Woods Proposals
  57. The Canal Boat
  58. The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe
  59. The Chimney Sweeper by William Blake
  60. The City Limits by A. R. Ammons
  61. The Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham, Alabama
  62. The Cobweb by Raymond Carver
  63. The Cold War's Effect on U.S. Education
  64. The Conquerors by Phyllis McGinley
  65. The Conservative Backlash
  66. The Constellation Orion by Ted Kooser
  67. The Continuous Life by Mark Strand
  68. The Country Without a Post Office by Agha Shahid Ali
  69. The Exhibit by Lisel Mueller
  70. The Fifth Council of Orleans and Gregory of Tours
  71. The Final Good-Bye
  72. The First Hurrah
  73. The Force That Through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower by Dylan Thomas
  74. The Garden Shukkei-en by Carolyn Forche
  75. The Gentle Art of Diplomacy
  76. The Greatest Grandeur by Pattiann Rogers
  77. The History of Standard Oil
  78. The Holloway Report
  79. The Idea of Order at Key West by Wallace Stevens
  80. The Impeachment Trial of President Clinton
  81. The Jewish State
  82. The Jewish World
  83. The Korean War
  84. The Lake Isle of Innisfree by William Butler Yeats
  85. The Land That Time Forgot by Edgar Rice Burroughs
  86. The Litany by Dana Gioia
  87. The Little Rock Crisis
  88. The Lowell Offering
  89. The Luddites and Charlotte Brontë
  90. The Meaning of Jihad (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  91. The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare
  92. The Milkfish Gatherers by James Fenton
  93. The Missing by Thom Gunn
  94. The Muslim Call to Arms
  95. The Muslim Perspective
  96. The Mysterious Stranger, A Romance by Mark Twain
  97. The Mystery by Louise Gluck
  98. The National Cancer Act of 1971
  99. The National Labor Relations Act
  100. The Oslo Accords
  101. The Palestinian National Charter
  102. The Peel Commission
  103. The Politics of Race, Civil Rights, and Segregation
  104. The Port Huron Statement of the Students for a Democratic Society
  105. The Problem of Indian Administration
  106. The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe
  107. The River Mumma Wants Out by Lorna Goodison
  108. The Singer's House by Seamus Heaney
  109. The Space Shuttle Challenger Accident
  110. The Spur by William Butler Yeats
  111. The Starr Report: The Findings of Independent Counsel Kenneth W. Starr on President Clinton and the Lewinsky Affair
  112. The Tempest by William Shakespeare
  113. The War Against the Trees by Stanley Kunitz
  114. The War Correspondent by Ciaran Carson
  115. The Weight of Sweetness by Li-Young Lee
  116. The Workers and Merchants of Leeds
  117. Theodore Upson
  118. There Will Come Soft Rains by Ray Bradbury
  119. Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
  120. Thomas Savery
  121. Three Times My Life Has Opened by Jane Hirshfield
  122. Three To's and an Oi by Health Mchugh
  123. To a Child Running With Outstretched Arms in Canyon de Chelly by N. Scott Momaday
  124. To a Sad Daughter by Michael Ondaatje
  125. To an Unknown Poet by Carolyn Kizer
  126. Tonight I Can Write by Pablo Neruda
  127. Transcendentalism by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau
  128. Translation of the Proposed Constitution for Cuba, the Official Acceptance of the Platt Amendment, and the Electoral Law
  129. Treasury Employees v. Von Raab
  130. Treaty of Fort Stanwix
  131. Trouble with Math in a One-Room Country School by Jane Kenyon
  132. Truman Defends Taft-Hartley Act Veto
  133. Truman, Harry S.
  134. Twelfth Annual Report of the Secretary of Commerce, 1924
  135. Two Poems for T. by Cesare Pavese
  136. U.S. Embassy Beijing to Department of State June 4, 1989
  137. U.S. v. Leon
  138. U.S. v. Nixon
  139. Unforeseen Consequences
  140. United Nations Resolution 242
  141. Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  142. Upton Sinclair
  143. USA Patriot Act (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  144. Usama bin Ladin: Islamic Extremist Financier
  145. Using the Faith
  146. Vacco v. Quill
  147. Vancouver Lights by Earle Birney
  148. Variations on Nothing by Giuseppe Ungaretti
  149. View by Marvin Bell
  150. Volstead Act of 1919
  151. Walk Your Body Down by J. T. Barbarese
  152. Warren Commission Report (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
  153. Washington v. Davis
  154. Watkins v. U.S
  155. Ways to Live by William Stafford
  156. We Live by What We See at Night by Martin Espada
  157. Weeks v. U.S
  158. West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette
  159. What Belongs to Us by Marie Howe
  160. What the Poets Could Have Been by Julianna Baggott
  161. While I Was Gone a War Began by Ana Castillo
  162. Why I Am Not a Painter by Frank O'Hara
  163. Wickard v. Filburn
  164. Wild Geese by Mary Oliver
  165. William G. Shepherd
  166. William J. Clinton to the Secretary of Health and Human Services, January 22, 1993
  167. William of Malmesbury
  168. William T. Sherman
  169. Winston Churchill
  170. Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt
  171. Winthrop, John
  172. Witness by Liz Waldner
  173. Woodrow Wilson's Declaration of War Message
  174. Woolman, John
  175. Works Progress Administration Reports
  176. Yates v. U.S
  177. Zorach v. Clauson

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