Secrets of the Serial Set: The Pacific Theater of World War II

American History, Exploring HeinOnline, Foreign Affairs, Secrets of the Serial Set, U.S. Congressional Serial Set
Tara Kibler

This month, HeinOnline continues its Secrets of the Serial Set series by investigating the course of events in the Pacific theater of World War II and their culmination in V-J (Victory over Japan) Day, the official end date of the War.

Secrets of the Serial Set is an exciting and informative monthly blog series from HeinOnline dedicated to unveiling the wealth of American history found in the United States Congressional Serial Set. Join us each month to explore notable events in U.S. history using the primary sources themselves. Grab a seat and prepare to be blown away by what the Serial Set has to offer…

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Tip of the Week: Researching Impeachment in HeinOnline

Exploring HeinOnline, Law Journal Library, Political Science, Tip of the Week, Tips and Tricks, U.S. Congressional Documents, U.S. Congressional Serial Set, U.S. Presidential Library
Lauren Mattiuzzo

HeinOnline’s vast collection of government documents, academic journals, and case law allow users to stay up-to-date with current events in our world. Today, let’s take a look at what resources are available in HeinOnline to impress your friends with your knowledge on recent breaking news!

Impeachment Inquiry on Donald Trump

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Tuesday that Democratic leaders were launching an official impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. This decision came after a phone call Trump recently made to the president of Ukraine, allegedly asking him to investigate former Vice President and potential presidential challenger Joe Biden…

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New Journals Added to HeinOnline This Month!

Content News, HeinOnline Updates, Law Journal Library, Tips and Tricks, What's New
Lauren Mattiuzzo

With this month’s content release, we added ten new titles to the Law Journal Library. Join us as we take a closer look at each of these new titles and what they offer to HeinOnline’s most popular database!


ADMINISTRATIVE LAW REVIEW ACCORD

Vols. 1-4 Article 5 (2014-2019)

Published by American University Washington College of Law

The ALR Accord is the online companion to the print journal. Pursuant to its mission to increase public access to and scholarly discussion about administrative law topics, Accord publishes content on a rolling basis…

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Yo, Ho, Ho and a Bottle of Rum: A Tale of Piracy and Maritime Law

Foreign Affairs, Holidays and Observances, Law, Law Journal Library, World Treaty Library, World Trials
Tara Kibler

Ahoy there, maties! This very day be International Talk Like a Pirate Day. Do ye know wha’ that means? Aye, that’s right, me hearties—we shall be natterin’ about pirates today! Ready yer sea legs, grab yer cup o’ grog, and leave them landlubbers behind.

Before We Get Started

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Piracy: Then and Now

Piracy…

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Building America: The Powerful Story Behind “We the People”

American History, Highlights in History, Holidays and Observances, Law, Political Science, World Constitutions Illustrated
Tara Kibler

The Constitution is the supreme law of the United States of America, the basis for the structure of the U.S. government, and the primary source for all legislative, executive, and judicial authority. Signed on September 17, 1787, the document became the first permanent constitution of its kind. The signing of the U.S. Constitution is commemorated with Constitution Day celebrations on September 17 of each year.

Originally consisting of seven articles, the Constitution outlined the framework for the newly established American government. As America has expanded over the past 232 years, the document has been amended to address the nation’s evolving needs. Join HeinOnline as we research the story behind the drafting…

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Remembering the Fallen: Researching the Tragedy of 9/11

American History, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Foreign Affairs, Highlights in History, Law Journal Library, Reports of U.S. Presidential Commissions, Statutes at Large, U.S. Presidential Library
Tara Kibler

On this day in 2001, the United States experienced the single worst terrorist attack in human history. The morning of Tuesday, September 11 saw four separate but coordinated attacks in various U.S. locations, which killed 2,966 people, injured more than 6,000 others, and resulted in billions of dollars in damages. The events of September 11th shocked the world, paving the way for a more aggressive, preemptive U.S. approach to foreign policy and national security. Join HeinOnline in understanding the tragedy and researching its impact as we remember the fallen.

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Trees of Green, Red Roses, Too: Keeping It a Wonderful World

Foreign Affairs, Law, Law Journal Library, The Environment, Treaties and Agreements Library, World Treaty Library
Tara Kibler

This past August, a record number of wildfires ravaged the Amazon rainforest. In June, it was estimated that deforestation in the Amazon has risen by more than 88% compared to 2018. This increase in tree loss has sparked concerns about the fate of the Amazon and other forests across the globe. Learn about the environmental, societal, and economic importance of trees and discover current efforts to slow deforestation with HeinOnline.

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Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The United States Is No Longer Yours

American History, Foreign Affairs, Highlights in History, Political Science, Treaties and Agreements Library, World Constitutions Illustrated
Tara Kibler

The Treaty of Paris was signed in 1783 as a peace agreement between Great Britain and the United States of America to formally end the American Revolutionary War. Learn more about the evolution of the treaty with primary sources in HeinOnline.

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The Treaty of Paris


HISTORY OF THE TREATY

The American Revolutionary War began in 1775 when tensions increased between Great Britain and its thirteen colonies in North America…

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What’s New In HeinOnline: August Content Release

Content Release, HeinOnline Updates, What's New
Lauren Mattiuzzo

It’s that time of the year again! Fall is around the corner, pumpkin lattes have made an early comeback, and everyone is returning to school. We’re here for all your back-to-school needs and we’re delighted to share our content news with you.

World Constitutions Illustrated had a significant update, including 90 new titles across 21 countries. Our newest database, Democracy in America, was recently released. Don’t forget to take advantage of early-bird pricing, ending October 1st for an affordable one-time payment! We also recently finished indexing Arkansas session laws back to inception. And, in case you missed it…

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New Journals Added to HeinOnline This Month!

Content News, HeinOnline Updates, Law Journal Library, Tips and Tricks, What's New
Lauren Mattiuzzo

We are beginning monthly posts highlighting new, actively published journals in the Law Journal Library. Visit with us each month to see what new content is being added to this ever-growing collection, and be sure to read our monthly tip on how to best utilize our most popular database!

New Active Journals

With this month’s content release, we added 14 new titles to the Law Journal Library. Out of these journals, 12 are active titles. Let’s take a close look at the details of each of these…

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