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View 80 different LibGuides from the American Library Association's Government Information Round Table.
Subject Specific Government Documents Guides
These documents have been created by librarians and library students from outside of the University of Idaho.
Census Basics: Resources
Commonly used Census Resources.
Government Documents for the Economist
This guide is designed to organize economic information and data from their various sources. You will find information on economic indicators, trade, individuals states and foreign governments. Use the tabs at the top to navigate through the different topics. Created by Felipe Castillo, University of Illinois GSLIS.
Government Information about Poverty
This guide will help you find government information about poverty. It is intended for undergraduate students researching poverty as a social, economic, and historical phenomenon, although it has links and content that can help anyone looking for this information. The pages in this guide are arranged topically. Created by Matt Mullin, University of Illinois, GSLIS.
This is a guide of resources to use when researching the Immigration Policy of the United States of America. Created by Helen Richmond, University of Illinois GSLIS.
This guide is from a University of Washington course (2017) about presidential power.
U.S. Elections Information
Government information about U.S. Elections. Created by Paula Webb at the University of South Alabama.