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How do you find information about U.S. presidents?

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In order to find information about United States presidents, researchers should visit local libraries, organizations such as the Miller Center or use online resources, such as the Biography or History Channel websites. The Miller Center is a physical location that is a part of the University of Virginia and provides information about all of the presidents including essays, historical details including a speech archive, images, oral histories, presidential recordings and exhibits.

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The Biography and History Channel websites offer a digital archive of information about each U.S. president including video footage, details of the president's personal life and career trajectory, information about the White House and fun facts about each president. Each site also explores the most significant choices that each president made in his presidency such as President Obama's health care reform plan that was made law in 2010 and was called the "Affordable Care Act."

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