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English: Civil Rights Movement
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The March on Washington
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., third from left, marches in a line of men with arms linked during the March on Washington for civil rights on Aug. 28, 1963. Associated Press. Civil Rights March. 1963. Nysut.org. Web. 16 Oct. 2014.
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Document translation into 40 languages
Read-aloud translation into 24 languages
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Over 180 Dorling Kindersley travel guides
Full text of USA Today from 1985 to present
Full text of The Christian Science Monitor from 1996 to present
Full text of AARP The Magazine, the highest-circulating magazine in the U.S.
More than 200 active wire services covering agriculture, general news, broadcast news, government, business press releases, industry topics, sports and current events around the world