American Government and Politics: A Guide to Books for Teachers, Librarians, and Students. by Fenton S. Martin and Robert U. Goehlert. Congressional Quarterly, 1997. ALEX REF Z7165.U5M284.
American Political Prints, 1766-1876: A Catalog of the Collections in the Library of Congress. by Bernard F. Reilly. G.K. Hall, 1991. ALEX REF E183.3.R45; ART, CAMDN STACKS E183.3.R45.
COGEL Campaign Financing and Lobbying Bibliography. by Frederick M. Herrmann. Council of Environmental Ethics Laws, 1995. ALEX DOCREF Z7164.R4H47; CAMDN DOCREF, DANA REF JK1991.H47.
Contemporary Democracy: A Bibliography of Periodical Literature, 1974-1994. by J.J. Van Wyk and Mary C. Custy. Congressional Quarterly, 1997. ALEX REF Z7164.D2V36.
Doing Research in Political Science: An Introduction to Comparative Methods and Statistics. by Paul Pennings, Hans Keman, and Jan Kleinnijenhuis. Sage, 1999. ALEX REF JA73.P3695.
Guide to the Diplomatic History of the United States, 1775-1921. by Samuel Flagg Bemise and Grace Gardner Griffin. P.Smith, 1963. ALEX, CAMDN, DANA REF Z6465.U5B4.
Information Sources of Political Science. by . 4th ed. ABC-CLIO, 1986. CAMDN, DANA, CARR REF JA71.H64; ALEXANDER REF Z7161.I543 2005 (5th ed., 2005)..
Major Studies and Issue Briefs of the Congressional Research Service. University Publications of America, 1989- ALEX DOCREF JK1108.G85. (Briefs published through 2007 searchable in IRIS.)
Political Science: A Guide to Reference and Information Sources. by Henry E. York. Libraries Unlimited, 1990. ALEX STACKS Z7161.Y75, DGLSS REF JA71.Y67.
Western Political Thought: A Bibliographical Guide to Post-War Research. Comp. by Robert Eccleshall and Michael Kenny. Manchester University Press, 1995. ALEX REF Z7161.E25.
Women in Modern American Politics: A Bibliography, 1900-1995. by Elizabeth M. Cox. Congressional Quarterly, 1997. ALEX REF Z7963.P64C69; DGLSS REF HQ1236.5.U6C69.
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