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  • The Army/McCarthy Hearings - Information from C-Span about Senator Joseph McCarthy and his famous hearings to root out communists inside and outside the U.S. Government during the 1950's.
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  • Congressional Biographical Directory - Input the name of any Senator or Congressman in history, and retrieve a biography or biographical information.
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  • Hostile Witnesses - Information from the Washington Post about the Iran-Contra Hearings in the U.S. Senate during the Reagan Administration, which featured witnesses such as Oliver North and John Poindexter.
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  • League of Nations - Woodrow Wilson struggled with the U.S. Senate to try to establish the League of Nations and the Treaty of Versailles at the end of World War I.
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  • North Atlantic Treaty - History of the North Atlantic Treaty that estacblished NATO, including its submission by President Truman to the U.S. Senate.
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  • PBS - Ken Burns American Stories: Huey Long - Provides information about the film including a timeline, video clips, additional resources and a section for educators.
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  • U.S. Senate Historical Statistics - Lists senators since 1789, plus committee chairs, women, and minorities. Also, senators who have served longest, been appointed, changed parties, joined third parties, and become president. And, salaries, leaders, tie-breakers, chronology, meeting places, expulsions, censures, treaties, impeachments, and nominations.
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  • Wikipedia: Senator Sam Ervin, Jr. - Ervin chaired the Senate Watergate Committee that transfixed the nation and brought down President Richard Nixon.
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