This "collection" is a subset of full-text resources from other EBSCO databases on legal topics, such as: criminal justice, international law, federal law, organized crime, medical, labor & human resource law, ethics, the environment, and more. (EBSCO)
Access to all versions of proposed legislation (House, Senate, Conference Committee, final) since 1990. Includes congressional committee reports. Legislative history of public laws from 1948 through 1989 only reflect the final form. Also provides the legislative history of securities laws since 1933, and presidential signing statements since 1986. (Westlaw)
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Provides biographical, bibliographical, and critical content on authors from all time periods, in the genres of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, drama, history, journalism, and more. For literary research, this is the place to begin! (Gale)
Literature Resource Center includes most, but not all, of: Contemporary Authors, Contemporary Literary Criticism, the Dictionary of Literary Biography, and other selected Gale literary resources. Gale Literary Index is a master index to every literary series published by Gale in print--including some series not included in LRC. This index is helpful if you have access to the print versions of the Gale resources.
Access the vast resources in America's national library--and the largest library in the world. The mission of the Library of Congress is to make resources available to the Congress and the American people.
An online collection of resources and primary documents. Resources are organized into different collections, including: Presidents, Native American history, Civil War photographs, personal manuscripts, baseball cards, sheet music, etc.
The Liberty Fund provides free, online, full-text access to authoritative editions of the classic (i.e., older!) books in economic theory and practice, along with related works in history, political theory and philosophy.
Libweb lists thousands of library Web pages from around the world. Includes libraries of all types: academic, public, special, state, etc. You can do a keyword search for location, library type, name or other information.
Lyrasis is a regional membership organization for libraries and information professionals, resulting from the merger of PALINET (Mid-Atlantic), SOLINET (Southeastern), and (soon) NELINET (New England) organizations.