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This resource guide was designed to provide you with assistance in locating good sources of information as you do research on the American national government.
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Includes selected article, newspaper, and political report databases.
Includes selected books at Stafford Library.
Includes selected reference e-books.
Includes reference articles on democracy and primary source websites.The subpage Constitution & Bill of Rights has e-books, reference articles, and websites.
Includes selected e-books, reference articles, and websites on civil liberties.
Includes e-books, reference articles, and websites. Subpages are Public Opinion, Interest Groups, Political Parties, Campaigns & Elections, and Media.
Includes e-books, reference articles, and websites. Subpages are Congress, Presidency, Bureaucracy, and Courts.
Includes e-books, reference articles on government on abortion, crime, environment, religion, and speech.
Includes selected streaming videos on the executive, judicial, and legislative branch.
Click on the links for articles, books, e-books, and videos about topics related to American national government.
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This guide was created by Vandy Evermon and some information in this guide is shared by permission from the American Government LibGuide created by Kate Adler, Librarian at Metropolitan College of New York.