Selective Reading

Reading List For A Lawyer

Law Library Syllabus 2018

1. A Know Nothing (Anonymous)
2. An Address Delivered Before the National Colored Teachers’ Association
3. Arsenal of Democracy
4. Axis of Evil (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
5. Bloodsafety Resolution—August 1997
6. Campaign Address of Governor Alfred E. Smith Oklahoma City, September 20, 1928
7. Date of Repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment
8. Easter, 1916 (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
9. Eulogy for the Martyred Children
10. Foreign Affairs: The Need for Leadership
11. Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Pearl Harbor Speech
12. Hamlin Memorandum and Diary Extracts, Showing Federal Reserve Board Response to 1927 Recession and Stock Market: July 1, 1927–January 4, 1929
13. I Have Seen War.…I Hate War
14. Implementing Decisions of the Geneva Summit (C)
15. Industrial Education for the Negro
16. Memoranda Accompanying the Vetoes of the Lusk Laws
17. Old Soldiers Never Die
18. On Social Security
19. Polio Vaccine Evaluation Results
20. Preliminary Report of the Committee on Organization
21. President Harry S. Truman’s Address Before a Joint Session of Congress, March 12, 1947
22. President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Address to the Nation Announcing Steps to Limit the War in Vietnam and Reporting His Decision Not to Seek Reelection
23. Presidential Speech Announcing Acceptance of an Invitation to Visit the People’s Republic of China
24. Press Conference of the President Trump on North Korea in Vietnam 2019
25. Question-and-Answer Session with Reporters Helen Thomas and Jim Gerstenzang on the President’s Recovery Period
26. Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session with Reporters on the Air Traffic Controllers’ Strike
27. Report of the President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
28. Republican Contract with America
29. Southern Manifesto
30. Special Message to the Congress on Urgent National Needs
31. Statement on First Federal Obesity Clinical Guidelines
32. Text of Address by McGovern Accepting the Democratic Presidential Nomination
33. Text of Truman Plea for Public Health Program
34. The Army-McCarthy Hearings
35. The Checkers Speech
36. The Four Freedoms
37. The Great Society
38. The Kitchen Debate
39. The New Nationalism
40. Women’s Rights Are Human Rights
41. 9/11 Commission Report (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
42. A Drink of Water by Seamus Heaney
43. A Far Cry from Africa by Derek Walcott
44. A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare
45. A National Malaise
46. A Rebirth by Faroogh Farrokhzaad
47. A Report to the President: The Committee for the White House Conference on Education—Full Report.
48. A Thaw in the Cold War
49. A Thirst Against by Linda Gregg
50. Abrams v. U.S
51. Accounting by Claribel Alegria
52. Acquiring the Panama Canal
53. Act of March 26, 1790
54. Adair v. U.S
55. Adam Smith
56. Adams Act
57. Adams, John
58. Adler v. Board of Education
59. Adolf Hitler
60. Agreements Between the United States and Japan
61. Air for Mercury by Brenda Hillman
62. Akron v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health
63. Allegory by Mary Jo Bang
64. American Industry in War: A Report of the War Industries Board
65. An Acre of Grass by William Butler Yeats
66. An Act for the Preservation of American Antiquities
67. An African Elegy by Robert Duncan
68. An Anthem by Sonia Sanchez
69. Anasazi by Gary Snyder
70. And What If I Spoke of Despair? by Ellen Bass
71. Andrew Carnegie
72. Andrew Ure
73. Anna Comnena
74. Anniversary by Joy Harjo
75. Another Night in the Ruins by Galway Kinnell
76. Answers to Letters by Thomas Transtromer
77. Anti-Lynching Publicity Program
78. Apis (Dragutin T. Dimitrijevic)
79. Aristotle
80. Arizona v. Fulminante
81. Art Thou the Thing I Wanted by Alice Fulton
82. Ashbridge, Elizabeth
83. At the Bomb Testing Site by William Stafford
84. Augustine
85. Autumn Begins in Martins Ferry, Ohio by James Wright
86. Bankhead-Jones Act of 1935
87. Barbie Doll by Marge Piercy
88. Barbot, James
89. Beauharnais v. Illinois
90. Bedtime Story by George MacBeth
91. Benavides, Alonso de
92. Benjamin Franklin
93. Beowulf by Richard Wilbur
94. Beverley, Robert
95. Beware of Ruins by A. D. Hope
96. Bidwell Ghost by Louise Erdrich
97. Birches by Robert Frost
98. Blood Oranges by Lisel Mueller
99. Bonnard’s Garden by Rickt Barot
100. Bowers v. Hardwick
101. Bradford, William
102. Bradstreet, Anne Dudley
103. Brandenburg v. Ohio
104. Braunfeld v. Brown
105. Brown v. Board of Education
106. Bryan, William Jennings
107. Buchanan v. Warley
108. Buckley v. Valeo
109. Bullock, Rufus B.
110. Bunting v. Oregon
111. But Perhaps God Needs the Longing by Nelly Sachs
112. Bylaws of the Organization: Union or Death (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
113. California Proposition 187
114. Camella Teoli
115. Champion v. Ames
116. China
117. Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882
118. Chocolates by Louis Simpson
119. Clarence Thomas Confirmation Hearings
120. Climbing by Lucille Clifton
121. Closing Arguments in the O.J. Simpson Trial
122. College Opportunity Act of 1978
123. Columbus, Christopher
124. Comminiqué No. 1 of the Intifada
125. Commission on the Status of Women
126. Coolidge, Calvin
127. Cooper v. Aaron
128. Cotton Gin Petition
129. Courage by Anne Sexton
130. Creation of NASA
131. Curse by Frank Bidart
132. Dark Side of Wartime Patriotism
133. Darrow, Clarence
134. Darwin in 1881 by Gjertrud Schnackenberg
135. Daughter-Mother-Maya-Seeta by Reetika Vazirani
136. Daylights by Rosanna Warren
137. Debs v. U.S
138. Declaration of Independence
139. Deep Woods by Howard Nemerov
140. Defining Equal in Higher Education
141. Dennis v. U.S
142. Department of Defense USS Cole Commission Report (Terrorism)
143. Deus Volt—God Wills It!
144. Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night by Dylan Thomas
145. Douglas Macarthur
146. Douglass, Frederick
147. Dream Variations by Langston Hughes
148. Driving to Town Late to Mail a Letter by Robert Bly
149. Drought Year by Judith Wright
150. Duration by Octavio Paz
151. Dwight D. Eisenhower: U.N. Speech Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy
152. Early in the Morning by Li-Young Lee
153. Easton, John
154. Eating Poetry by Mark Strand
155. Ecoterrorism (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
156. Education of Mentally Retarded Children Act
157. Edward M. Kennedy’s Speech on Economic Issues, 1980 Democratic Convention
158. Edwards v. Aguillard
159. Eleanor Roosevelt
160. Elegy for My Father, Who Is Not Dead by Andrew Hudgins
161. Elise Amalie Wærenskjold
162. Elizabeth
163. Emancipation Proclamation
164. Emperor Henry IV and Pope Gregory VII
165. Engel v. Vitale
166. Establishment of the State of Israel
167. Ethics by Linda Pastan
168. Everyman by Anonymous, Unknown
169. Evolution and the Kansas State School System
170. Executive Order 12291
171. Executive Order 13099 (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
172. Executive Order 13231 (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
173. Executive Order 9835
174. Fable by Octavio Paz
175. Fading Light by Robert Creeley
176. Falconbridge, Alexander
177. Fanny Kelly
178. Fassoulas v. Ramey
179. FDA-Federal Meat Inspection Act
180. Federal Antitrust Legislation
181. Federal Farm Policy
182. Federal Role in Traffic Safety: Hearings Before the Senate Subcommittee on Executive Reorganization of the Committee on Government Operations
183. Fireside Chat on the Cost of Living and the Progress of the War
184. First Reconstruction Act of 1867
185. For a Citizen of These United States by Li-Young Lee
186. For an Assyrian Frieze by Peter Viereck
187. For Jennifer, 6, on The Teton by Richard Hugo
188. For the White poets who would be Indian by Wendy Rose
189. Four Mountain Wolves by Leslie Marmon Silko
190. Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
191. Frances Perkins
192. Frank Holsinger
193. Franklin D. Roosevelt
194. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Excerpt from Annual Message to Congress, January 3, 1938
195. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Excerpt From Recommendation for Legislation to Provide Assistance
196. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself Speech
197. Franklin D. Roosevelt: First Fireside Chat
198. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Second Inaugural Address
199. Frederick Douglass
200. Freedmen’s Bureau Act
201. Frontiero v. Richardson
202. Fullilove v. Klutznick
203. G-8 Statement on WMDs (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
204. Garcia v. San Antonio Metropolitan Transit Authority
205. General Horace Porter
206. Geometry by Rita Dove
207. George Bush: Excerpt from End of Cold War
208. George H. W. Bush
209. George W. Bush
210. Gideon Welles
211. Gitlow v. New York
212. Gong Lum v. Rice
213. Gordon, John Brown
214. Gregg v. Georgia
215. Gregory of Tours
216. Grimms’ Fairy Tales
217. Griswold v. Connecticut
218. Hamlet by William Shakespeare
219. Hammurabi
220. Harding, Warren G.
221. Harlem by Langston Hughes
222. Harry S. Truman: Special Message to Congress on Greece and Turkey
223. Harry S. Truman: Special Message to Congress on Threat to Freedom of Europe
224. Having it Out with Melancholy by Jane Kenyon
225. Hayes, Rutherford B.
226. Health Maintenance Organization Act of 1973
227. Henderson v. U.S
228. Henry McNeal Turner
229. Henry N. Copp
230. His Speed and Strength by Alicia Ostriker
231. Hoke v. U.S
232. Home Building and Loan Association v. Blaisdell
233. Homeland Security Act of 2002 (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
234. Homestead Act of 1862
235. Horizons of Rooms by W. S. Merwin
236. Hospital Window by James Dickey
237. Houston, East & West Texas Railway Co. v. U.S.
238. How the Other Half Lives
239. How to Understand Shakespeare’s Language: Strategies for Reading the Bard by eNotes
240. Hughes, Louis
241. Huldrych Zwingli
242. Humanae Vitae: Encyclical of Pope Paul VI on the Regulation of Birth
243. I Go Back to May 1937 by Sharon Olds
244. I Stop Writing the Poem by Tess Gallagher
245. i was sitting in mcsorley’s by e. e. cummings
246. I, I, I by Hayden Carruth
247. Immigration Act of 1924
248. In Memory of Radio by Amiri Baraka
249. In Particular by Elena Karina Byrne
250. In the Suburbs by Louis Simpson
251. Incident in a Rose Garden by Donald Justice
252. Indian Removal Act of 1830
253. Investigation of Petroleum Resources
254. Irvine v. California
255. Island of the Three Marias by Alberto Rios
256. Israel’s Revised Disengagement Plan
257. Ithaka by C. P. Cavafy
258. J. D. B. Stillman
259. James Dunn and Dean M. Kelley to President Clinton, March 11, 1993
260. James Henry Gooding
261. Japanese Internment and the Law
262. John Ashcroft
263. John Brown and Henry David Thoreau
264. John C. Frémont
265. John Calvin
266. John F. Kennedy: Berlin Crisis
267. John F. Kennedy: Excerpt from Remarks in Rudolph Wild Platz, Berlin (Berliner speech)
268. John F. Kennedy: Soviet Arms Buildup in Cuba
269. John S. Smith
270. Johnson v. Transportation Agency
271. Johnson, Andrew
272. Joint Declaration at U.S.–Russian Summit
273. Joseph Burstyn, Inc. v. Wilson
274. Joseph R. Mccarthy
275. Josiah Gregg
276. Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
277. Kalm, Per (Peter)
278. Karl Marx
279. Kellogg, Frank and Aristide Briand
280. Kellogg-Briand Pact
281. Kilroy by Peter Viereck
282. Kindness by Naomi Shihab Nye
283. Knight, Sarah Kemble
284. Lady Sarashina
285. Last Request by Joel Brouwer
286. Leda and the Swan by William Butler Yeats
287. Leigh, Frances Butler
288. Lepidopterology by Jesper Svenbro
289. Letter to Ngo Dinh Diem
290. Lewis, Ellen Welles
291. Lincoln, Abraham and United States Constitution
292. Lo Kuan-chung
293. Lochner v. New York
294. Loom and Spindle
295. Lord Baltimore
296. Louis Farrakhan’s Remarks at the Million Man March, October 17, 1995
297. Loving v. Virginia
298. Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council
299. Lyndon B. Johnson
300. Macbeth by William Shakespeare
301. Mapp v. Ohio
302. Marco Polo
303. Margaret Cavendish
304. Margaret of Navarre
305. Mark Twain
306. Martin Luther
307. Martin Luther King, Jr
308. Martin, Edward Winslow
309. Mastectomy by Alicia Ostriker
310. Maternity by Swir Anna
311. Maximilien Robespierre
312. Mc Carran-Walter Act (Terrorism)
313. Medical Education in the United States and Canada: A Report to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
314. Memorial of the Chinese Six Companies
315. Memory by Sarah Arvio
316. Merlin Enthralled by Richard Wilbur
317. Meyer v. Nebraska
318. Michael Sadler
319. Michel de Montaigne
320. Mikhail Gorbachev
321. Mind by Jorie Graham
322. Miranda v. Arizona
323. Monologue for an Onion by Sue (suji) Kwock Kim
324. Moreover, the Moon by Mina Loy
325. Morning Walk by Claire Malroux
326. Morrison v. Olson
327. Mueller v. Allen
328. Music Lessons by Mary Oliver
329. My Father’s Song by Simon Ortiz
330. Names of Horses by Donald Hall
331. Nat Love
332. National Commission on Terrorism (NTC) Report (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
333. National Report on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals
334. National Security Directive 45: U.S. Policy in Response to the Iraqi Invasion of Kuwait
335. New Parties Challenge the Economic System
336. New York Times Co. v. U.S
337. New York v. Quarles
338. New York Worker’s Compensation Act
339. Newpaper Accounts Regarding the Telegraph
340. Nikita Khrushchev: Excerpt From Crimes of Stalin Speech
341. Ninia Baehr, Genora Dancel et al. v. John C. Lewin
342. Nomination of Sandra Day O’Connor
343. Norris v. Alabama
344. Northern Securities Co. v. U.S.
345. Northern Securities Co. v. United States
346. Notes on the State of Virginia
347. NSC-68: United States Objectives and Programs for National Security
348. Occasion of the Entry of the Arab Armies in Palestine
349. Ode to a Drum by Yusef Komunyakaa
350. Ode to My Socks by Pablo Neruda
351. Oedipus Rex by Sophocles
352. On Certainty by Ludwig Wittgenstein
353. One of the Smallest by Gerald Stern
354. Originally by Carol Ann Duffy
355. Othello by William Shakespeare
356. Ozawa v. United States
357. Pacem in Terris
358. Paradiso by Kenneth Koch
359. Paradoxes and Oxymorons by John Ashbery
360. Patterson v. Colorado
361. Penn, William
362. Pike, James Shepherd
363. Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey
364. Plutarch
365. Plyler v. Doe
366. Preamble to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
367. President Clinton’s State of the Union Address January 23, 1996
368. President Johnson’s Health Care Programs
369. Presidential Debate, October 11, 1992
370. Presidential Debate, October 15, 1992
371. Presidential Reactions to Joseph McCarthy
372. Procopius
373. Progressive Party Documents
374. Pure Food and Drug Act
375. Radio Act of 1927
376. Ragged Dick
377. Random Reminiscences
378. Rapier, James
379. Rapture by Joelle Biele
380. Reactionary Essay on Applied Science by Phyllis McGinley
381. Referral to the United States House of Representatives (The Starr Report)
382. Remarks by Representative Henry Hyde on Prohibition of Partial Birth Abortions
383. Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union
384. Report of the Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure
385. Report on the Enforcement of the Prohibition Laws of the United States
386. Reuben Quick Bear v. Leupp
387. Revels, Hiram
388. Richard Cordley
389. Richard M. Nixon
390. Richard M. Nixon: Excerpt from Remarks on Returning from China
391. Richard Peterson to All Staff Judge Advocates and Military Judges November 3, 1994
392. Richmond v. J.A. Croson Co.
393. Robert F. Kennedy
394. Roberts v. U.S. Jaycees
395. Roman Catholic Church
396. Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
397. Ronald Reagan
398. Ronald Reagan’s Remarks at the Brandenburg Gate
399. Roosevelt, Franklin D.: Excerpt From There Can be no Appeasement
400. Roosevelt, Franklin D.: Excerpt From Ulimited National Emergency
401. Roosevelt, Franklin D.: Excerpt From We Are Going to Win the War
402. Roth v. U.S
403. Rowlandson, Mary
404. Russia
405. Russian Letter by John Yau
406. Saint Francis and the Sow by Galway Kinnell
407. Sally C. Johnson
408. Sampling of Key New Deal Legislation
409. Samuel Gompers
410. Schenck v. U.S
411. Scopes v. Tennessee
412. Securities Exchange Act of 1934
413. Sedition Act, 1918
414. Seeing You by Jean Valentine
415. Sergei Nechayev
416. Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944
417. Shotoku Taishi
418. Smith Act of 1940 (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
419. Smith, John
420. Smith-Hughes Act of 1917
421. Smith-Lever Act of 1914
422. Smoking and Health: Report of the Advisory Committee to the Surgeon General of the Public Health Service
423. Social Life by Anthony Dey Hoagland
424. somewhere I have never traveled,gladly beyond by e. e. cummings
425. Song of a Citizen by Czeslaw Milosz
426. Southbound on the Freeway by May Swenson
427. Southern Horrors (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
428. Speech by Dwight Eisenhower to the U.S. Congress, February 22, 1955
429. Speech to the Officers’ Club
430. Speeches Before the National American Woman Suffrage Association Conventions, 1903–1906
431. Speeches to the Knesset
432. Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters
433. Spreading Good, Forbidding Evil (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
434. Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey v. U.S.
435. Starlight by Philip Levine
436. Statement of Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley Regarding the Goals 2000: Educate America Act
437. Statement to Parliament on the London Bombings (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
438. Statement Upon Sentencing the Rosenbergs
439. Station by Eamon Grennan
440. Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost
441. Sumner, Charles
442. Sunday Morning by Wallace Stevens
443. Swann v. Board of Education
444. Sweatt v. Painter
445. Temple Bells Die Out by Matsuo Basho
446. Ten Years after Your Deliberate Drowning by Robin Behn
447. Tennessee Laws Regarding the Teaching of Evolution
448. The Afterlife by Billy Collins
449. The Alexandria Protocol
450. The Americans with Disabilities Act Becomes Law
451. The Art of the Novel by Natasha Sajé
452. The Best of Poe by Edgar Allan Poe
453. The Biltmore Program
454. The Blue Rim of Memory by Denise Levertov
455. The Boy by Marily Hacker
456. The Bretton Woods Proposals
457. The Canal Boat
458. The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe
459. The Chimney Sweeper by William Blake
460. The City Limits by A. R. Ammons
461. The Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham, Alabama
462. The Cobweb by Raymond Carver
463. The Cold War’s Effect on U.S. Education
464. The Conquerors by Phyllis McGinley
465. The Conservative Backlash
466. The Constellation Orion by Ted Kooser
467. The Continuous Life by Mark Strand
468. The Country Without a Post Office by Agha Shahid Ali
469. The Exhibit by Lisel Mueller
470. The Fifth Council of Orleans and Gregory of Tours
471. The Final Good-Bye
472. The First Hurrah
473. The Force That Through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower by Dylan Thomas
474. The Garden Shukkei-en by Carolyn Forche
475. The Gentle Art of Diplomacy
476. The Greatest Grandeur by Pattiann Rogers
477. The History of Standard Oil
478. The Holloway Report
479. The Idea of Order at Key West by Wallace Stevens
480. The Impeachment Trial of President Clinton
481. The Jewish State
482. The Jewish World
483. The Korean War
484. The Lake Isle of Innisfree by William Butler Yeats
485. The Land That Time Forgot by Edgar Rice Burroughs
486. The Litany by Dana Gioia
487. The Little Rock Crisis
488. The Lowell Offering
489. The Luddites and Charlotte Brontë
490. The Meaning of Jihad (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
491. The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare
492. The Milkfish Gatherers by James Fenton
493. The Missing by Thom Gunn
494. The Muslim Call to Arms
495. The Muslim Perspective
496. The Mysterious Stranger, A Romance by Mark Twain
497. The Mystery by Louise Gluck
498. The National Cancer Act of 1971
499. The National Labor Relations Act
500. The Oslo Accords
501. The Palestinian National Charter
502. The Peel Commission
503. The Politics of Race, Civil Rights, and Segregation
504. The Port Huron Statement of the Students for a Democratic Society
505. The Problem of Indian Administration
506. The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe
507. The River Mumma Wants Out by Lorna Goodison
508. The Singer’s House by Seamus Heaney
509. The Space Shuttle Challenger Accident
510. The Spur by William Butler Yeats
511. The Starr Report: The Findings of Independent Counsel Kenneth W. Starr on President Clinton and the Lewinsky Affair
512. The Tempest by William Shakespeare
513. The War Against the Trees by Stanley Kunitz
514. The War Correspondent by Ciaran Carson
515. The Weight of Sweetness by Li-Young Lee
516. The Workers and Merchants of Leeds
517. Theodore Upson
518. There Will Come Soft Rains by Ray Bradbury
519. Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
520. Thomas Savery
521. Three Times My Life Has Opened by Jane Hirshfield
522. Three To’s and an Oi by Health Mchugh
523. To a Child Running With Outstretched Arms in Canyon de Chelly by N. Scott Momaday
524. To a Sad Daughter by Michael Ondaatje
525. To an Unknown Poet by Carolyn Kizer
526. Tonight I Can Write by Pablo Neruda
527. Transcendentalism by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau
528. Translation of the Proposed Constitution for Cuba, the Official Acceptance of the Platt Amendment, and the Electoral Law
529. Treasury Employees v. Von Raab
530. Treaty of Fort Stanwix
531. Trouble with Math in a One-Room Country School by Jane Kenyon
532. Truman Defends Taft-Hartley Act Veto
533. Truman, Harry S.
534. Twelfth Annual Report of the Secretary of Commerce, 1924
535. Two Poems for T. by Cesare Pavese
536. U.S. Embassy Beijing to Department of State June 4, 1989
537. U.S. v. Leon
538. U.S. v. Nixon
539. Unforeseen Consequences
540. United Nations Resolution 242
541. Universal Declaration of Human Rights
542. Upton Sinclair
543. USA Patriot Act (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
544. Usama bin Ladin: Islamic Extremist Financier
545. Using the Faith
546. Vacco v. Quill
547. Vancouver Lights by Earle Birney
548. Variations on Nothing by Giuseppe Ungaretti
549. View by Marvin Bell
550. Volstead Act of 1919
551. Walk Your Body Down by J. T. Barbarese
552. Warren Commission Report (Terrorism: Essential Primary Sources)
553. Washington v. Davis
554. Watkins v. U.S
555. Ways to Live by William Stafford
556. We Live by What We See at Night by Martin Espada
557. Weeks v. U.S
558. West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette
559. What Belongs to Us by Marie Howe
560. What the Poets Could Have Been by Julianna Baggott
561. While I Was Gone a War Began by Ana Castillo
562. Why I Am Not a Painter by Frank O’Hara
563. Wickard v. Filburn
564. Wild Geese by Mary Oliver
565. William G. Shepherd
566. William J. Clinton to the Secretary of Health and Human Services, January 22, 1993
567. William of Malmesbury
568. William T. Sherman
569. Winston Churchill
570. Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt
571. Winthrop, John
572. Witness by Liz Waldner
573. Woodrow Wilson’s Declaration of War Message
574. Woolman, John
575. Works Progress Administration Reports
576. Yates v. U.S
577. Zorach v. Clauson


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