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Inaugural Words - 1789 to the Present - Interactive Graphic
Task Force on National Health Care reform developed terminal illness. During his first campaign for the presidency, Bill Clinton made national health care a major issue. First Lady, Hillary Clinton, headed up a task force that proposed a plan, but it encountered stiff opposition from health insurance companies and the Republicans in Congress. 20th Century Presidents Quiz 20th Century Presidents Quiz
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History Tours - Home New to History Tours New tours from Southern Columbia AP European History students on the World History page I am happy to report that History Tours was named the #1 Google Earth tool for teachers by! You can read the article here. What is the History Tours Project? History Tours - Home
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National Archives Experience
Stories of America Stories of America Theodore Roosevelt was campaigning in Milwaukee, WI on October 14, 1912 on the Bull Moose ticket. A man made his way through the crowd and shot T.R. in the chest. Roosevelt rather calmly checked his mouth for blood. Finding none, he realized the bullet did not pierce a lung. He made his way to the podium and gave a 90 minute speech with blood dripping from his shirt. The speech began with, "Ladies and gentlemen, I don't know whether you fully understand that I have just been shot; but it takes more than that to kill a Bull Moose."