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  1. Truman & the Steel Seizure Case : The Limits of Presidential Power (Contemporary American History Ser.) by Maeva Marcus, 1979-01-01
  2. We the People: an American Celebration, 1985 Presidential Inauguration: Pictorial History of the 50th American Presidential Inaugural and Events by 1985 presidential inaugural committee, 1985-01-01
  3. Presidential Nominations And Elections: A History Of American Conventions, National Campaigns, Inaugurations And Campaign Caricature (1916) by Joseph Bucklin Bishop, 2010-09-10
  4. Presidential Nominations And Elections: A History Of American Conventions, National Campaigns, Inaugurations And Campaign Caricature (1916) by Joseph Bucklin Bishop, 2010-09-10
  5. Oh, Waiter! One Order of Crow: Inside the Strangest Presidential Election Finish in American History by Jeff Greenfield, 2001-10
  6. United States Presidential Election of 1968: American Political History by American Political History Series Political History Series, 2010-06-14
  7. United States Presidential Election of 2004: American Political History by American Political History Series Political History Series, 2010-06-14
  8. United States Presidential Election of 2008: American Political History by American Political History Series Political History Series, 2010-06-14
  9. United States Presidential Election of 1960: American Political History by American Political History Series Political History Series, 2010-06-14
  10. Oh,Waiter! One Order of Crow!: Inside the Strangest Presidential Election Finish in American History,2001 publication by Jef Grenfield, 2001-01-01
  11. Oh, Waiter! One Order of Crow! Inside the Strangest Presidential Election Finish in American History by JeffGreenfield, 2001-01-01
  12. United States Presidential Election of 2000: American Political History by American Political History Series Political History Series, 2010-06-14
  13. Life and Public Services of [Grover] Cleveland [and His Vice-Presidential Nominee, Thomas] Hendricks (AMERICAN HISTORY) by Hon. Wm.; Hensel, W. U. Dorsheimer, 1884
  14. Cruising Into History: a Pilgrimage to Haiti.(African-American History): An article from: The Black Collegian by Ron (American presidential candidate) Daniels, 2004-02-01

81. Jensen's American Political History On-Line
Extensive political history links.Category Society history United States Political Parties...... history of domestic terrorism in US 1996 study; Bombings in US history; Presidentialspeeches re Images of american Political history 500 usable photos;
American Political History On-Line
by Richard Jensen, March 2003
online at
  • General
    • Political Research Guide by Richard Jensen, but more general than this one
    • Search the WWW
    • GOOGLE recommended as best of the search engines; caches items that others have been erased
    • America: History and Life Abstracts of 400,000+ history articles from ABC-CLIO; 1950-present; campus subscription required (check with Librarian) recommended some of the major journals are available online in JSTOR or Project MUSE
    • Ingenta search (or purchase) scholarly articles recommended
    • Infotrac Searchable index and (often) full text of scholarly journals; campus subscription required
    • JSTOR complete text online of all articles; also includes major journals in political science, economics, demography; free access if your school subscribes. List of JSTOR schools
      recommended American Historical Review 1895-1996 recent issues online at History Cooperative ; American Quarterly 1949-1995; Journal of American History 1964-1996; recent issues online at History Cooperative ; Mississippi Valley Historical Review 1914-1964; Journal of Economic History 1941-1996; Journal of Military History 1989-1998; Military Affairs 1937-1988; Journal of Negro History 1916-1998; Journal of Southern History 1935-1996; Reviews in American History 1973-1994; William and Mary Quarterly 1892-1996 [coverage to 1820]; also American Journal of Political Science 1973-2000; Midwest Journal of Political Science 1957-1972; American Political Science Review 1906-1998; Journal of Politics 1939-1998; Political Science Quarterly 1886-1997 Journal of Political Economy 1892-2000;
  • 82. Presidential Links
    presidential history, Libraries Parks. CANDIDATES FOR 2000 presidentialRACE presidential history, LIBRARIES PARKS. FIRST LADIES.

    GME Contents
    EA Contents NBK Contents Opening Screen PRESIDENTIAL LINKS To return here after viewing the external sites or reading the articles, use the browser's "Back" button until this page reappears.

    83. Teaching American History Grant - Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library And
    Attention Teaching american history Grant Applicants. THE FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELTPRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Hyde Park, New York. Announces.
    Attention: Teaching American History Grant Applicants THE FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM
    Hyde Park, New York Announces
    Teacher Professional Development Seminar
    The Great Depression and World War II
    Summer 2004 The Roosevelt Presidential Library invites educators to participate in The Roosevelt Era 1929-45: The Great Depression and World War II: a seven-day comprehensive residential institute designed to renew and revitalize teaching on the crucial years that marked the dawn of the modern era in domestic and world affairs.
    • Each seminar will be team-led by a distinguished academic historian in partnership with a master teacher and based at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, New York. The seminar includes daily curriculum-writing workshops enabling each educator to produce a customized curriculum on the Roosevelt Era by the seminar's conclusion. Participants will receive books, curriculum support materials, and tools to find new resources on their own.

    84. Presidential Inaugurations: Related Web Resources
    The sites listed here should provide balanced, thoughtful views on american historyand will put into context the quadrennial presidential inaugurations.
    Inaugurations Home Page
    Presidential Inaugurations: Related Web Resources
    There is a vast amount of information on U.S. presidents on the Internet. Even the simplest query brings up hundreds of sites, many of which deserve further exploration. The selected Web sites presented here relate more specifically to Presidential Inaugurations Many federal agencies have posted Web sites on the presidents or inaugurations. The suggestions below include sites from both legislative and executive branch agencies, among them the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies, the White House, the presidential libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), and the Smithsonian Institution¹s National Museum of American History. Additionally, there is a link to the inaugural addresses provided by the Avalon Project at the Yale Law School. The sites listed here should provide balanced, thoughtful views on American history and will put into context the quadrennial presidential inaugurations. It should be noted that interest in presidential inaugurations peaks in election years and some of the sites listed here may not remain active indefinitely; if they do have an extended life, they will probably be updated periodically.

    85. Medical History Of American Presidents
    website tabulates the illnesses of american Presidents and the text version of thePresidential histories instead for sparking my interest in medical history.

    86. National Museum Of African American History And Culture Website
    HR 3442, the National Museum of African american history and Culture PresidentialCommission Act, passed the House on a voice vote on December 12, 2001.
    Home Background Commission Quicklinks ... Contact Us
    The History of Public Law 107-106
    Congressman J.C. Watts states, "The time has come for the creation of this museum so that families in America and from around the world who visit the Nation's Capital can better understand America's history and the significant contributions of African Americans. By establishing this museum on the National Mall, we can properly honor the history of America and the legacy of African Americans. After all, African American history is America's history." Senator Sam Brownback of Kansas, a key supporter of the museum legislation in the Senate reiterates the sentiments of the bill co-sponsors in the House of Representatives: "One of the most important chapters in our national story of human freedom and dignity is the history and legacy of the African American march toward freedom, legal equality and full participation in American society. Yet in our nation's front yard, the National Mall, there is no museum set aside to honor this legacy." The Presidential Commission moves the project in the direction of preserving and interpreting the rich history and experiences of African Americans whose legacy is rooted in the very fabric of our nation's freedom and democracy. The Presidential Commission will develop and recommend a legislative plan of action for creating the museum in the nation's capital. "African Americans have played a key role in shaping our nation, not only into a symbol of democracy and freedom, but into a beacon that other nations look to for leadership in areas ranging from arts and literature to science and medicine," said Senate Republican Conference Chairman Rick Santorum. "From slavery to the modern civil rights movement, African Americans sacrificed life, liberty and their own pursuit of happiness in order to attain these very same ideals for those who would follow in their footsteps." Santorum continued, "Despite this courageous history of leadership and sacrifice, there is currently no national museum dedicated to telling the African American story located on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Establishing a national museum to recognize African American history and culture is a long-overdue step in honoring the contributions and legacy of the African Americans who have shaped our nation."

    87. Truman Presidential Museum - Glorious Burden
    Campaigns, Creating the Presidency, presidential Roles and and Mourning. TheAmerican Presidency A Americans are drawing strength from their history.

    View online exhibit Exhibit Overview "The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden" opens on Saturday, October 12. Through video, audio and more than 350 objects, this exhibition takes the viewer on a journey to explore, and remember, the roles of the Presidency over the past 200 years. Bronze clock showing FDR sailing the ship of state "The appearance of 'The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden' continues our high-quality series of timely temporary exhibitions and enhances our status as a classroom for democracy," said Truman Museum & Library Director Michael Devine. "We are offering an American historical experience like no other in the Kansas City area in 2002-2003, with 'The American Presidency' exhibition, our new permanent exhibition, 'Harry S. Truman: The Presidential Years' and an outstanding series of programs, partnerships and events." Cheered and jeered. Praised and roasted. Admired and ridiculed. The President of the United States has been at the focal point of American history - from George Washington to George W. Bush. "The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden" draws from the vast Smithsonian collection of American history to tell the story of the 42 men who have sat in this nation's highest office.

    88. DARKHORSE 2000
    One of the Web's most comprehensive resources for nonpartisan information on american politics and the coming presidential election - and it's the only political site that invites you to run for President.
    Welcome to DarkHorse2000
    Serious Political Entertainment 110 Political Parties.
    235 Presidential Candidates.
    And it all came down to a multimillion dollar battle between George W. Bush and Al Gore. After all the advertising, spinning and media wank, less than half the eligible voters showed up at the polls and when the votes were counted (and counted and counted...) we ended up with a billion dollar tie. It landed in the lap of the Supreme Court, and after the lawyers had milked it for all it was worth, George W. Bush was chosen President of the United States in what turned out to be more of a political coup than a popular victory. Two good things came out of it though: Third Party candidates got some serious attention, and we all learned that our voting process was in serious need of an overhaul. We're going to take a break from updating DarkHorse2000, but we'll keep the site up and running indefinitely as a monument to the goofiest election in American history

    89. Programs - Oral History - Presidential Oral History
    topical oral histories focused on particular issues and events and on institutionaldevelopments of singular importance in contemporary presidential history.
    Programs About Us Programs Presidential Recordings Program ... Help Presidential Oral History The Miller Center’s oral history interviews are intended to capture for the permanent historical record a picture of the contemporary presidency from a diversity of perspectives: from those who worked inside the administration, from key associates outside the executive branch, and from select members of Congress. These pictures provide an important corrective to the portrait of the presidency drawn by the press and the public. Our interviews also serve as a valuable complement to the documentary record by providing personal testimony that illuminates the context of presidential decision making, an especially important consideration now that executive branch officials rely less on written records. A former White House Chief of Staff recently observed that in light of increasing demands for information from Congress, he “stopped writing anything down” and “didn’t keep any written notes.” Our interviews fill the gaps in the documentary record, providing an invaluable resource for scholars and students of the presidency. Our program portfolio also includes topical oral histories focused on particular issues and events and on institutional developments of singular importance in contemporary presidential history.

    90. Center For Congressional And Presidential Studies - School Of Public Affairs - A
    The Center for Congressional and presidential Studies (CCPS) is located in the nation's capital at american University. Under the sponsorship of the School of Public Affairs, CCPS provides an integrated teaching, research, and study program focusing on Congress and the presidency and the interactions of these two basic american institutions. Established in 1979, the Center provides a scholarly organization uniquely able to draw on its Washington, DC location in the very heart of the events shaping Congress and the presidency.

    91. PUREPOLITICS.COM - Home "Have Fun" offers fun presidential interviews and politics every american can enjoy.

    92. Redirect: Error 404
    Library of Congress collection containing political speeches by american leaders during World War I, and the presidential election of 1920.
    The American Leader's Speak collection has been updated! The page you are seeking has moved... In just a few seconds, you will be automatically transferred to the new page. Please update your bookmarks and links. American Memory

    93. Index Of /meredith
    The Kennedy presidential Library's account of James Meredith, the Africanamerican student whose attempt to register at the University of Mississippi in 1962 provoked violent confrontation. Site includes timelines, biographical profiles, and primary sources.
    Index of /meredith
    Name Last modified Size Description ... Parent Directory 02-Apr-2003 13:27 - after.html 14-Sep-2002 15:31 4k after_01.html 14-Sep-2002 15:31 3k after_01fr.html 14-Sep-2002 15:30 2k after_01q.html 14-Sep-2002 15:31 2k after_02.html 14-Sep-2002 15:31 14k after_02fr.html 14-Sep-2002 15:30 2k after_02q.html 14-Sep-2002 15:31 2k after_03.html 14-Sep-2002 15:31 3k after_03fr.html 14-Sep-2002 15:30 2k after_03q.html 26-Sep-2002 08:03 2k after_04.html 14-Sep-2002 15:31 3k after_04fr.html 14-Sep-2002 15:30 2k after_04q.html 14-Sep-2002 15:31 2k after_photocredit.html 14-Sep-2002 15:31 1k after_printer.html 14-Sep-2002 15:31 4k afterfr.html 14-Sep-2002 15:30 1k audio/ 08-Sep-2002 00:02 - cast.html 14-Sep-2002 15:31 1k castfr.html 14-Sep-2002 15:30 1k chron.html

    94. American Politics
    Watch highlights from Gov. Howard Dean's (DVT) August 18th trip to Concord and Bow New Hampshire, and Sen. John Kerry's (D-MA) August 11th trip to Hopkinton in preparation for New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation presidential primary in 2004. RealPlayer
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    95. American Experience | Jimmy Carter
    A new presidential biography on Jimmy Carter from american Experience on PBS.

    Special Features
    Timeline Gallery People and Events ... Web Credits
    New content 1999-2002 PBS Online WGBH

    96. American Leaders Speak
    Sound recordings of political speeches by american leaders during World War I and the presidential election of 1920.
    The Library of Congress Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division, Library of Congress
    Search by Keyword Browse by Subject Speaker The Nation's Forum Collection consists of fifty-nine sound recordings of speeches by American leaders from 1918-1920. The speeches focus on issues and events surrounding the First World War and the subsequent presidential election of 1920. Speakers include: Warren G. Harding, James Cox, Calvin Coolidge, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Samuel Gompers, Henry Cabot Lodge, and John J. Pershing. Speeches range from one to five minutes. The mission of the Library of Congress is to make its resources available and useful to Congress and the American people and to sustain and preserve a universal collection of knowledge and creativity for future generations. The goal of the Library's National Digital Library Program is to offer broad public access to a wide range of historical and cultural documents as a contribution to education and lifelong learning. The Library of Congress presents these documents as part of the record of the past. These primary historical documents reflect the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of different times. The Library of Congress does not endorse the views expressed in these collections, which may contain materials offensive to some readers. Special Presentations: Speaker Portrait Gallery From War to Normalcy: An Introduction to the Nation's Forum Collection Understanding the Collection About the Collection Selected Bibliography
    Collection Connections
    Working with the Collection

    97. ReferenceResources:UnitedStatesPresidents
    american Presidents Life Portraits SEARCHABLE by name. history Buff's PresidentialWing history Buff's site contains newspaper articles, facts, and
    Reference Resources: United States Presidents Presidential Sites American Presidency Articles on the presidents, the presidency and American politics. This set is designed for school grades 3 through 8; photographs of each president - SEARCHABL E by name American Presidents: Life Portraits SEARCHABLE by name Hall of Presidents Brief presidential biographies; official White House portrait. History Buff's Presidential Wing History Buff's site contains newspaper articles, facts, and inaugural addresses of the U.S. presidents LycosZone - Presidents Presidents, Biographies of the Presidents, Presidents' Occupations, Wives and Children of the Presidents, Burial Places of the Presidents, Order of Presidential Succession, Vice Presidents, Cabinet Members Under President Clinton, The President's Cabinet, Executive Offices and Independent Agencies Portraits of U.S. Presidents and First Ladies 1789 - Present

    98. C-Span American Politics
    Complete video of the speech Senator John Kerry (DMA) gave December 3rd, 2002 at the City Club of Cleveland, ostensibly about economic policy. Earlier in the week he had filed papers forming an exploratory committee for a likely 2004 presidential campaign.
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    99. Exhibit: Kennedy At The Berlin Wall
    Kennedy presidential Library exhibit of the famous Ich bin ein Berliner speech. Includes images and audio recordings of the speech. Part of the american Originals collection of the National Archives.
    National Archives and Records Administration "There are some who say that Communism is the wave of the future.
    Let them come to Berlin."
    President John F. Kennedy, Berlin, Germany, June 26, 1963 The cold war is the term for the rivalry between the two blocs of contending states that emerged following World War II. It was a series of confrontations and tests of wills between the non-Communist states, led by the United States and Great Britain, and the Communist bloc, led by the Soviet Union, that lasted 45 years and, at one point, drew the world to the brink of nuclear war. In August 1961 the Soviets erected the Berlin Wall to stop the mass exodus of people fleeing Soviet East Berlin for West Berlin and the non-Communist world. The wall was a mass of concrete, barbed wire, and stone that cut into the heart of the city, separating families and friends. For 28 years, it stood as a grim symbol of the gulf between the Communist East and the non-Communist West. In 1989 the Berlin Wall fell, signalling the end of the cold war. National Archives

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