Tag Archives: United States

New Book: Search Engine Freedom!

Search engines play a pivotal role in connecting people to the information and resources they desire. But what rules or laws govern how these search engines work and can we trust our search results?  Author Joris van Hoboken explores the … Continue reading

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Ratification Online

Constitution Day is celebrated on September 17, but there was a lot more that had to happen before the proposed Constitution was ratified.  In fact, the Congress initially spent a couple of days debating whether to censure the delegates to … Continue reading

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New National Security Archive Publication Makes Available 900 Formerly Classified Documents

The National Security Archive announces the publication of its latest digital compilation of declassified records on U.S. ties with a critically important global partner – Japan. The new collection, Japan and the United States: Diplomatic, Security, and Economic Relations, Part … Continue reading

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New Book: Gender-Inclusive Juries!

The classic 1957 film set inside a jury room, 12 Angry Men, is made up of just that – men!  Even though women won the right to vote on the Federal level in 1920, other aspects of citizenship, such as … Continue reading

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As Seen on The Daily Show

Author and historian, Richard Beeman, was the featured guest on the May 18 broadcast of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. His book, “Plain, Honest Men: The Making of the American Constitution” is available at the Law Library – be … Continue reading

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