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Princeton University Library Catalog
Historic documents of 1997.
Thousand Oaks, California : CQ Press, 2013.
1 online resource
Nineteen ninety-seven, A.D.
Each volume in this series begins with an insightful essay that sets the year's events in context, and each documents or set of documents begins with an essay that discusses background history and context of the event covered and the document chosen.
Previously issued in print: 1998.
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Special counsel on Gingrich ethics violations: January 17, 1997
President Clinton's second inaugural address: January 20, 1997.
State of the Union address and Republican response: February 4, 1997
President's economic report, economic advisers' report: February 10, 1997
Jurors' remarks on O.J. Simpson's civil trial: February 10, 1997
Report on preventing the spread of AIDS: February 13, 1997
Chinese president on the death of Deng Xiaoping: February 25, 1997.
Commission report on government secrecy: March 4, 1997
GAO report on aviation safety recommendations: March 5, 1997
Cult's press release on own mass suicide: March 22, 1997
Employer guidelines on mental disabilities: March 25, 1997
Report on mammograms for women in their forties: March 27, 1997
GAO report on United Nations peacekeeping operations: March 27, 1997
Guidelines on benefits of sports for girls: March 28, 1997.
Census Bureau report on immigration: April 8, 1997
Federal appeals panel on affirmative action ban: April 8, 1997
Secretary of state on chemical weapons treaty: April 8, 1997
NASA report on Galileo's inspection of Jupiter's moons: April 9, 1997
Clinton on agreement to end sweatshops: April 14, 1997
Genetic researcher on the cloning of "Dolly": April 15, 1997
Justice Department report on FBI crime laboratory: April 15, 1997
Clinton on relief efforts for Red River flood: April 22, 1997
Japanese prime minister on Peruvian hostage crisis: April 23, 1997
Clinton and other leaders at volunteerism summit: April 28, 1997
Sentencing commission on minimum cocaine penalties: April 29, 1997.
Report on how "neutrals" aided Nazi Germany: May 7, 1997
IBM on chess victory by "Deep Blue" computer: May 11, 1997
Queen Elizabeth's speech to the British parliament: May 14, 1997
Khatami on his election as president of Iran: May 27, 1997
Supreme Court on presidential immunity: May 27, 1997.
Federal task force report on church arson cases: June 6, 1997
Clinton speech on improving race relations: June 14, 1997
Doctors report on end-of-life care: June 18, 1997
Proposed settlement of tobacco claims: June 20, 1997
Final statement of the "summit of the eight": June 22, 1997
Supreme Court on parochial school aid: June 23, 1997
Supreme Court on confining sex offenders: June 23, 1997
Air force report on Roswell UFO citings [sic]: June 24, 1997
Supreme Court on religion and congressional powers: June 25, 1997
Survey of adult attitudes about children and teens: June 26, 1997
Supreme Court on internet free speech: June 26, 1997
Supreme Court on physician-assisted suicide: June 26, 1997
Review of United Nations "Earth summit": June 27, 1997
Secretary of state on U.S. consulate in Vietnam: June 28, 1997
GAO report on Gulf War weapons effectiveness: June 30, 1997
Britain, China on the transfer of Hong Kong: June 30, 1997.
NASA report on pathfinder mission to Mars: July 4, 1997
NATO summit meeting statement on expansion: July 8, 1997
Vice president Gore on new television rating system: July 10, 1997
GAO report on year 2000 computer conversion: July 10, 1997
Clinton on impact of NAFTA after three years: July 11, 1997
Safety administrator on aggressive driving: July 17, 1997
State department report on religious persecution: July 22, 1997
Cabinet secretary on medical record privacy: July 31, 1997.
NCI report on nuclear testing fallout: August 1, 1997
Clinton and Gingrich on balanced budget agreement: August 5, 1997
Clinton on his first use of the line-item veto: August 11, 1997
Clinton on welfare reform: August 12, 1997
McVeigh on his sentencing for Oklahoma City bombing: August 14, 1997
Teamsters and UPS officials on end of strike: August 19, 1997.
U.S. State Department on Cambodian coup: September 4, 1997
Statements on the death of Diana, Princess of Wales: September 5 and 6, 1997
Army report on sexual harassment in the military: September 11, 1997
Acting commissioner on IRS mistakes and abuses: September 25, 1997
Report on the shortage of technology workers: September 29, 1997.
FBI report on crime: October 4, 1997
Agriculture secretary on food safety initiative: October 8, 1997
NEA on the future of the nonprofit arts: October 13, 1997
Presidential commission on protecting infrastructure: October 20, 1997
Federal Reserve chairman on stock market volatility: October 29, 1997
Clinton and Jiang on U.S.-China relations: October 29, 1997
Presidential panel on Gulf War illnesses: October 31, 1997.
Federal health panel statement on acupuncture: November 5, 1997
Clinton on gay rights: November 8, 1997
UN security council on weapons inspections in Iraq: November 12, 1997
Transportation department on air bag regulations: November 18, 1997
FBI, National Safety Board on TWA 800 crash: November 18, 1997
Advisory commission on health care bill of rights: November 20, 1997
OECD Treaty on combating bribery of public officials: November 20, 1997.
Defense panel on future national security needs: December 1, 1997
Attorney general on campaign finance probe: December 2, 1997
IMF director on Asian financial crisis: December 2, 1997
Treaty banning land mines: December 2-4, 1997
UN treaty on global warming: December 11, 1997
Secretary of state on new government in the Congo: December 12, 1997
Federal Appeals Court on California term limits: December 19, 1997
Kim Dae-Jung on his election as president of South Korea: December 19, 1997.
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