Getting audio recordings of landmark legal arguments to enhance classroom history lessons is now easier than ever.
For the first time, internet users can download, edit, and swap many of the U.S. Supreme Court's greatest hits. Oral arguments now available include those for the Roe v. Wade abortion-rights case and the disputed 2000 presidential election.
The audio files come from the OYEZ Project, a multimedia archive that gets its name from the phrase synonymous with "Hear ye, Hear ye."
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