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Crowd at New York's American Union Bank during Great Depression

A Quick ‘N Easy Guide to FDR’s Most Influential New Deal Programs

The 1920s-1930s witnessed most severe economic downturn the industrialized Western world had ever seen. In the United States, recovery was primarily helmed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt through his first and second “New Deal.” Rediscover the legislation with HeinOnline.

President Obama

Hope and Change: Revisiting Barack Obama’s Historic Presidency

More than a decade ago, Barack Obama became not only the 44th president of the United States, but also the first African-American to serve in the office. Join HeinOnline as we explore the highlights of those eight years with the most comprehensive presidential collection!

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A Columbus Day Exploration of Indigenous American History

Albeit dark at times, American Indians have a rich and storied history which is forever entwined with the evolution of the United States. Join us as we explore that history with HeinOnline’s American Indian Law Collection and other relevant databases.

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Remembering the Fallen: Researching the Tragedy of 9/11

On this day in 2001, the United States experienced the worst terrorist attack in human history. September 11th shocked the world, paving the way for a more aggressive approach to national security. Join HeinOnline in understanding the tragedy and researching its impact as we remember the fallen.

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The Watergate Scandal, Part III: The Serial Set

With the continued growth of HeinOnline’s U.S. Congressional Serial Set, even more material on Nixon and Watergate has become available. Catch up on the first two installments of this series, and then continue on to Part III: The U.S. Congressional Serial Set.

Hugo Black

The Life and Career of Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black

Eighty-two years ago, Hugo Black was appointed to the Supreme Court of the United States. The fifth-longest serving justice, Hugo Black proved to be controversial yet influential in the outcome of landmark decisions. Read about Justice Black’s jurisprudence and Supreme Court career.

Roosevelt signing the Social Security Act

Social Security Turns 84: A History of Roosevelt’s Landmark Act

You may have a Social Security number, but do you actually know why? On this day 84 years ago, the first act was signed to implement social security programs in the United States. Explore the origins of U.S. Social Security with HeinOnline.