HeinOnline Newsletter | March 2022
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Dear Valued Customer,

With the arrival of March comes visions of budding trees, chirping birds, more hours of sunshine…and the approach of our 200-million-pages mark in HeinOnline! As we get ever closer to this impressive number (less than 1 million to go!) we continue to add new and exciting content to our databases. Take a look at everything that was added during February—it may have been a short month, but you wouldn’t know it from all of the new titles.

Content Release Summary:
  • Updated databases: 59
  • New titles: 861
  • New volumes: 1,747
  • New pages added last month: 540,266
  • Total pages in HeinOnline: 199,341,548
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What's New in HeinOnline: February Content Release
March 1, 2022 | HeinOnline Blog

We've added a ton of content to some of our most popular HeinOnline databases! Check out all of the updates from this month, along with our favorite titles from each addition.
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New Journals Added to HeinOnline This Month!
February 25, 2022 | HeinOnline Blog

With the February content release, we added nine new journals, all of which are active serials. What's more, one of these journals the Tocqueville Review, complements HeinOnline's Democracy in America database. Learn all about them!
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New Edition: Multinational Sources Compared
February 14, 2022 | HeinOnline Blog

We are pleased to announce that the second edition of Multinational Sources Compared: A Subject and Jurisdiction Index is now available! This latest edition includes nearly 60 new subjects for a total of 336, as well as updates that make the work easier to use.

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Carter G. Woodson: The Father of Black History Month
February 7, 2022 HeinOnline Blog

While Black history should be learned and celebrated throughout the year, February is nationally designated as Black History Month—and this is thanks to a Black American historian named Carter G. Woodson.

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Tip of the Week: How to Use the Serial Set Lookup Tools
February 21, 2022 HeinOnline Blog

HeinOnline contains the U.S. Congressional Serial Set, a must-have publication for anyone studying American history. To make this content more discoverable, we have created lookup tools found directly on the U.S. Congressional Serial Set homepage.

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February Webinar: Researching Taxation & Bankruptcy With HeinOnline
February 23, 2022 HeinOnline YouTube

Taxation & Economic Reform in America and the History of Bankruptcy were both featured databases during our February webinar. If your institution does not yet subscribe to these popular databases, contact us by March 31, 2022 to request a quote and save 10% as a first-time subscriber.

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All About Justice Stephen Breyer
February 4, 2022 | HeinOnline Blog

Justice Stephen Breyer recently announced that he is retiring after serving more than two decades on the nation’s highest court. He is known for being the most pragmatic justice on the bench, opposing the originalism approach.

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4 Heinous Wrongful Convictions in American History
February 11, 2022 HeinOnline Blog

Unfortunately, wrongful convictions—when an innocent person is convicted of a crime—are not a rarity in American history. Countless people, a disproportionate amount of whom are Black, have gone to jail or even been executed for crimes that they did not commit.

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Secrets of the Serial Set: Lyndon B. Johnson Signs the Civil Rights Act of 1964
February 23, 2022 HeinOnline Blog

In honor of Black History Month, this month’s Secret of the Serial Set dives into a piece of legislation that was a milestone in the civil rights movement: the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This act was signed into law by then-President Lyndon B. Johnson on July 2, 1964.

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Speech, Crime, and Son of Sam Laws
February 22, 2022 | HeinOnline Blog

Moral questions around victims’ suffering or glorifying perpetrators’ cruelty through incessant retellings of their crimes have dogged the true crime genre. Using HeinOnline, this post explores one of the most well-known legal attempts to curb criminals’ ability to profit from their own notoriety: Son of Sam laws.
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Lend Hein a Hand
March 1, 2022 | Newsletter

Help us find missing titles to add to HeinOnline. If your library is in possession of this type of material and is willing to donate to us for digitization, please contact Chris Czopp at 716-882-2600 or cczopp@wshein.com

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Notification of Title Changes
March 1, 2022 | Newsletter

Review new title and publication changes so you can accurately update your records!
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