The CQ Press Library Database Collections offer researchers—whether students, scholars, professionals, or interested citizens—a range of powerful tools for discovering and understanding a wealth of authoritative content.
The Congress Collection is a dynamic research and reference tool allowing contemporary and historical analysis of members of Congress, their legislative voting behavior, and interest group ratings. You can also select and download results for roll call votes and compare how various factors, such as the Congress member’s political party or religion, affect voting.
A very impressive resource.
The Supreme Court Collection blends historical analysis with timely updates and expert commentary of Supreme Court decisions, biographies of Supreme Court justices, Supreme Court institutional history, and the U.S. Constitution. Featuring summaries and analyses of more than 4,000 major decisions, it offers unique contextual frameworks and analysis of the Court and its decisions unavailable in any other reference.
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The Voting and Elections Collection provides in-depth insight into the American voter, major and minor political parties, campaigns and elections, and historical and modern races for Congress, the presidency, and governorships. This dynamic research and reference tool puts the power of a specially created elections database and the context of objective, informed analyses directly in the hands of students, scholars, researchers, and interested citizens.
The Public Affairs Collection features in-depth coverage of vital public policy issues, statistical and historical analyses, and full-text historical documents and primary source materials. Organized by 22 key public affairs topics—from Advocacy and Public Service to U.S. Congress and Politics—in a fully integrated reference source, the collection provides invaluable context for today’s critical debates.
Ideal for researchers and students of public affairs and public policy, social work, government, political science, journalism, and communications, the Public Affairs Collection is also an essential one-stop source for lobbyists, government and non-profit policy organizations, and informed citizens everywhere.
The collection is relevant for researchers and students of public affairs and public policy, social work, government, political science, journalism, and communications.
The Encyclopedia of American Government provides answers to the full range of questions that students, government professionals, interested citizens, and other researchers have about the institutions of the U.S. government. Based on the new editions of the American Government A to Z series, this resource offers thousands of concise, up-to-date explanations of the who, how, and why of American democracy.
…a successful conversion of a reliable print source into an even more valuable online tool…Recommended for public, academic, and school libraries.