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Voting Rights

A Collection of resources to learn about the history and legacy of the Voting Rights Act

Recent Publications Available in the Rutgers University Catalog

Advice for Finding Books and Reading Materials in the Rutgers Catalog

Information on borrowing privileges for Rutgers University students can be found here.

A helpful guide on conducting research regarding political science can be found here. The best way to locate books and reading materials in the Rutgers library system is to search through the QuickSearch feature on the library websiteSearching by Keyword or Subject allows you to freely browse the catalog without rigid vocabulary restrictions. Omit the first article (A, An, The) when searching by Title. Put the last name first when searching by Author. More Options, located beneath the above stated options, allows you to use Advanced Search, which permits more flexibility and preferences for your search terms. 

Other Library Catalogs


A catalog of the holdings of all libraries in the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC), the largest library consortium worldwide. To place a request interlibrary loan request, simply click on the "Place ILL Request" link within the record of the book you's like to borrow.
E-Z Borrow

A catalog that searches the catalogs of dozens of libraries in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and allows you to place your own inter-library loan requests from those libraries.

U Borrow

Searches for books available at the libraries of Rutgers' Big Ten partners. 


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