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Join the premier multidisciplinary research platform used by more than 1,000 U.S. academic institutions to replace existing resources for a fraction of the cost. HeinOnline Academic is an entire digital library of authoritative sources that both illuminate the past and inform the present. Unearth both true-to-print documents from the annals of history as well as modern-day publications crucial to the study of recent events and developing disciplines. Complement this wealth of primary sources with more than 2,900 multidisciplinary journals covering more than 1,000 research topics. Every article has been categorized into nearly 40 overarching academic subjects, including:
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Slavery in America and the World
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