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Wednesday, 29th September 2004

Selected Presidential Debate Resources

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Presidential Debates--United States
Presidential Debates-United States
Selected Presidential Debate Resources
+ Text Transcripts of All Debates (1960-2000)
+ C-SPAN Offers Online Streaming Video of the 2000 Presidential Debates
+ Bush/Kerry Memorandum of Understanding on Debates
+ Text of Commission on Presidential Debates Sept. 15, 2004 letter to the Campaigns' Lead Debate Negotiators
+ Information About Debate Moderators and Format
+ Formats for 2004 Debates
+ Presidential Debate 2004 at the University of Miami
+ Presidential Debate 2004 at Arizona State University
+ Presidential Debate 2004 at Washington University
+ Vice Presidential Debate 2004 at Case Western Reserve University
+ The Great Debate: The History of Presidential Debates
+ Presidential Debate History (Resources for Educators)
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United States--History
Russia--History

Source: Library of Congress
Expanded Content, "Meeting of Frontiers" Web Site
From the announcement, "Meeting of Frontiers" is a bilingual, English-Russian collaborative project that chronicles the parallel experiences of the United States and Russia in exploring, developing and settling their frontiers, and the meeting of those frontiers in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. It features rare books, maps, manuscripts, photographs, sheet music and other materials from libraries in the United States and Russia, and is widely used in schools and libraries throughout the United States and Russia. The latest expansion includes 24 collections from 14 different libraries and archives in Irkutsk, Kemerovo, Krasnoiarsk, Novosibirsk, Tomsk, and other Siberian cities, as well as additional collections from the National Library of Russia in Saint Petersburg, the Russian State Library in Moscow, and the Library of Congress. Digitization of materials in Siberia was undertaken by a mobile scanning team based in Novosibirsk that worked in cooperation with the Library of Congress to identify rare materials of special interest to American and Russian scholars, teachers, and students."
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Employment--United States--Statistics
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Just Released, Highlights of Women's Earnings in 2003

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