Congressional Record
Congressional Record
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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published by the United States Government Publishing Office, and is issued daily when the United States Congress is in session.
Volume 81 (1937)
A dollar in the hands of selfish greed and money monopoly is more dangerous, more powerful, than shot or shell, than sword or gun by Charles Binderup, March 19, 1937. (transcription project)
Volume 82 (1937)
Business conditions in America—what is the meaning of the "recession", so-called?, by James Hamilton Lewis, December 8, 1937. (transcription project)
Volume 115 (1969)
American Links with Early Days of Rhodesia: remarks of R.W.S. Turner, excerpt from the U.S. Congressional Record, extentions of remarks, Hon. John R. Rarick of Louisiana, November 12, 1969, 33961.
Volume 116 (1970)
Volume 126 (1980)
Volume 136 (1990)
Volume 142 (1996)
Tribute to Retiring California Assemblywoman Jackie Speier
Volume 146 (2000)
Volume 147 (2001)
Volume 148 (2002)
Volume 149 (2003)
Volume 150 (2004)
Volume 151 (2005)
Volume 152 (2006)
Volume 153 (2007)
Volume 154 (2008)
Volume 155 (2009)
Volume 156 (2010)
Volume 157 (2011)
Netanyahu Address to Congress
Volume 158 (2012)
Volume 159 (2013)
Marathon speech against ObamaCare
Volume 160 (2014)
Volume 161 (2015)
Volume 162 (2016)
Volume 163 (2017)
Honoring the discovery of Hernando de Soto’s 1539 encampment and the lost Native American town of Potano
Volume 165 (2019)
Issue #9, pages H668–H669: Speech about an immigrant constituent by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, January 16, 2019.
Volume 167 (2021)
Issue #4, January 6, 2021
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"Congressional Record," in The New International Encyclopædia, New York: Dodd, Mead and Co. (1905)
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