Library of Congress - American Memory Page
US Census Bureau website.
US Freedom of Information Act Archives.
Historical Atlas of the 20th Century. This is an excellent site with
loads of graphs, maps, and data that cover many aspects of the 20th
The First Measured Century; a statistical analysis of the 20th century.
One of the best websites I have seen that covers the issue of the
Slavery in America and the Civil War. The site covers the subject
objectively with from a factual and economic perspective with many
An excellent historical reference that goes into detail on many issues
that are critical in understanding the world today with a well balanced
A site with an in depth look at the history
of taxation in America.
William E. Dodd (US Ambassador to Germany
prior to WWII) on-line library. This is an excellent source of first hand accounts
of behinds the scenes politics between America and Germany during the rise
of the Nazi empire. Dodd was also a historian and this library has
some of his other historical works about America as well.
LIBERALISM RESURGENT: A Response to the
Right. Excellent website filled with facts and articles. Note that
Steven Kangas, the author, is dead and his website is being maintained
exactly as it was by someone else. (You would think that they would at
least remove his e-mail address)
This is an excellent site that deals strictly with the evaluation of
propaganda, and houses a historical library of propaganda as well as
evaluations of propaganda in the present day.
Open Secrets tracks campaign finance information for all political
candidates, as well as covering many other economic and political
issues. The web site is very detailed, well documented, and has
Archive of writings from Marxist authors.
Mind and Machine: a discussion of the mind