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Saturday, November 26, 2011

Documents on U.S. History in the Age of the World Wars (1914-1945)

Documents on U.S. History in the Age of the World Wars (1914-1945)

Woodrow Wilson’s Declaration of Neutrality (1914)

U.S. Protests against Maritime Warfare (1914-1915)

The Political Development of U.S. Neutrality Policy (1914-1915)

U.S. Policy on Loans to the Belligerents (1914-1915)

German Admiralty Declaration (1915)

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Sir Edward Grey (1915)

Wilson’s Protest to Germany (1915)

American Protest over the Sinking of the Lusitania (1915)

The House-Grey Memorandum (1915-1916)

The Zimmermann Note to the German Minister to Mexico (1917)

Woodrow Wilson on the Consequences of War (1917)

Wilson’s War Message (1917)

George Norris Opposes Wilson’s War Message (1917)

Robert M. La Follette Opposes Wilson’s War Message (1917)

The Functions of the War Industries Board (1918)

George Creel Recalls the Rise of the “Super-Patriots”

The Fourteen Points (1918)

Colonel House’s Interpretation of the Fourteen Points (1918)

The Allies’ Conditional Acceptance of the Fourteen Points (1918)

The Sedition Act (1918)

Railway Control Act (1918)

The Allies Appeal for American Assistance (1918)

The Americans Take Belleau Wood (1918)

Oswald Garrison Villard Publicizes the Secret Treaties (1918)

U.S. Participation in the Archangel Expedition (1918)

Colonel House Reflects on the Treaty of Versailles (1919)

Woodrow Wilson Defends the League of Nations Covenant (1919)

Republican Reservations to the Versailles Treaty (1919)

Senator William E. Borah Denounces the Versailles Treaty (1919)

Madison Grant Warns of the Passing of the “Great Race” (1916)

The Washington Post Demands the Unconditional Surrender of Germany (1918)

Woodrow Wilson Vetoes the Literacy Test (1915)

The Washington Post Calls for Harsh Measures against Radicals (1919)

Justice Holmes Articulates the Doctrine of “Clear and Present Danger” (1919)

A. Mitchell Palmer, “The Case Against the Reds” (1920)

Robert Benchley, “The Making of a Red” (1919)

“The Most Brainiest Man” (1920)

Warren Harding Calls for a Return to “Normalcy” (1920)

The Chicago Tribune Denounces Europe (1921)

William E. Borah on the Need for Naval Disarmament (1921)

A Naval View of the Washington Treaties (1922)

Sinclair Lewis on the “Sane Citizen” (1922)

Anne Shaw Faulkner, “Does Jazz Put the Sin in Syncopation?” (1921)

Ellen Welles Page, “A Flapper’s Appeal to Parents” (1922)

Excerpts from the Klan Manual (1925)

Selections from the Imperial Nighthawk (1923)

Calvin Coolidge on the Destiny of America (1923)

Arthur Brisbane on the Evils of Gambling (1924)

Robert Lansing on the Outlawry of War (1924)

William E. Borah on the Outlawry of War (1924)

Clarence Darrow Recalls the Scopes Trial (1925)

Economic Trends of the 1920s

T.N. Carver Advocates an “Equilibrium Wage” (1925)

Bruce Bliven, “Flapper Jane” (1925)

Statement on Prohibition by the Federal Council of Churches (1926)

Statement on Prohibition by the Women’s National Committee for Law Enforcement (1926)

Fiorello LaGuardia on Prohibition (1926)

Student Testimony Against Prohibition (1926)

Coolidge Vetoes the McNary-Haugen Act (1928)

The Kellogg-Briand Pact (1928)

Edwin Borchard’s Critique of the Kellogg-Briand Pact (1928)

Herbert Hoover Praises “Rugged Individualism” (1928)

Hoover’s Inaugural Address (1929)

The Rise of Organized Crime

The Scottsboro Case (1931)

American Youth in the 1930s

America in the Grip of the Depression (1932)

The Decline of Fundamentalism (1933)

Sports in America (1933)

FDR’s “Forgotten Man” Speech (1932)

FDR’s Address at Oglethorpe University (1932)

FDR’s Campaign Address in Columbus, Ohio (1932)

FDR’s Commonwealth Club Address (1932)

Pamphlet by the Student Congress Against War (1932)

FDR’s Inaugural Address (1933)

The National Industrial Recovery Act (1933)

FDR’s Fireside Chat on the New Deal (1933)

American Recognition of the Soviet Government (1933)

National Planning (1934)

Rexford Tugwell on “Social Management” (1934)

Herbert Hoover Denounces the New Deal (1934)

Huey Long and “Share Our Wealth” (1935)

Radio Priest: Charles Coughlin Speaks to the Nation (1937)

Alf Landon Defends Liberty (1934)

Upton Sinclair Explains EPIC (1934)

FDR Launches the Second New Deal (1934)

The American Liberty League (1935)

Frances Perkins on the Social Security Act (1935)

The National Labor Relations Act (1935)

The Neutrality Act of 1935

Bennett Champ Clark Defends the Neutrality Act (1935)

The Neutrality Act of 1936

FDR’s Campaign Address at Kansas City, Missouri (1936)

Judicial Branch Reorganization Plan (1937)

“Our Supreme Judicial Tribunal” (1937)

Chief Justice Hughes’ Letter to Senator Wheeler (1937)

“Purging the Supreme Court” (1937)

The Neutrality Act of 1937

“Pro-Fascist Neutrality” (1937)

FDR’s “Quarantine Speech” (1937)

FDR on the Current Recession (1938)

FDR on the Democratic Primaries (1938)

Samuel Rosenman Remembers “the Purge” of 1938

Orson Welles’ “War of the Worlds” (1938)

The Farm Problem in America (1938)

David Lilienthal Defends the Tennessee Valley Authority (1939)

Prominent Authors Comment on Politics and Literature (1939)

FDR’s Declaration of Neutrality (1939)

Charles Lindbergh on Neutrality (1939)

FDR’s “Arsenal of Democracy” Speech (1940)

Radio Address by Senator Burton Wheeler (1940)

Wendell Willkie Warns against Isolationism (1941)

Alfred Landon on Foreign Policy (1941)

FDR’s “Four Freedoms” Speech (1941)

Cordell Hull on the Need for National Defense (1941)

James F. Byrnes Supports Lend-Lease (1941)

Charles Lindbergh Opposes Lend-Lease (1941)

Tom Connally Defends Lend-Lease (1941)

The Atlantic Charter (1941)

Herbert Hoover on the International Crisis (1941)

FDR’s Pearl Harbor Speech (1941)

FDR’s Executive Order 9066 (1942)

Korematsu v. United States (1944)

Memorandum of Conference at the White House (1942)

Unconditional Surrender (1943)

Eisenhower Reports on the Success of D-Day (1944)

Joint Communique on the Crimea Conference (1945)

Economic Conversion for War

Jesse Jones on Wartime Production of Synthetic Rubber

Marriner Eccles on Wartime Financing

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