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Economics Resources at the UTM Library

A subject guide listing library resources for students enrolled in courses offered by the Department of Economics at UTM.

Archives Unbound: American Presidents

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The following collections contains memoranda, talking points, correspondence, news summaries, draft legislation, and new clippings, among other materials, that cover a broad range of issues during the administration of twentieth century American presidents. These collections are available through the Archives Unbound primary sources platform.

See also the George H. W. Bush and Foreign Affairs collection below for more materials on this American president.

 

The collections listed below are only available onlineTo access these collections, simply click on the link.

 

George H. W. Bush and Foreign Affairs

The following collections are available through the Archives Unbound primary sources platform.

The collections listed below are only available onlineTo access these collections, simply click on the link.

 

Records from the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidency

The following records are available through the Archives Unbound primary sources platform.

 

The records listed below are only available onlineTo access these records, simply click on the link.

 

The Johnson Presidency Administrative Histories consist of agency and department records from the Johnson administration. They are subdivided by topic. 

 

The War on Poverty Collection provides an insight to President Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society, which was predicated on two goals: elimination of poverty and racial injustice. Johnson's "unconditional war on poverty" created the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 which created the Office of Economic Opportunity

Records of the U.S. Department of State

The records are available through the Archives Unbound primary sources platform.

 

The records listed below are only available onlineTo access these records, simply click on the link.

 

Archives Unbound: Japan (Records of the U.S. Department of State)

Period covered: 1930-1981

The US State Department Records on the Internal Affairs of Japan is a collection of special reports, interviews, statistics, court proceedings, letters, translations of documents, and other diplomatic records on a period of expansionism, militarization, and the post-WWII Allied Occupation in Japan.

The records are available through the Archives Unbound primary sources platform.

 

The records listed below are only available onlineTo access these records, simply click on the link.

 

All Other U.S. Government Records