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Letter from Archibald MacLeish about Relocating the Charters of Freedom during World War II (Teaching with Documents)

--Michael Hussey and Lee Ann Potter
During World War II, the Library of Congress went to extraordinary lengths to protect the nation’s founding documents in case of an attack on the capital.

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