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Almanac of Politics and Government - Reference resource with information about U.S. and world politics and government.
American Government - American Government Gateway by GovLink. Over 20,000 different listings of Federal, State, Local and World Government Resources.
American Politics - The site illustrates the evolution of American politics from the "Mayflower Compact" to the "Bill of Rights". It explains in detail the meaning of State sovereignty based upon the U.S. form of union.
Civic Education Network - American Political Science Association organization for the evaluation of education for civic engagement and responsive governance.
Forgotten Founders - "Benjamin Franklin, the Iroquois and the Rationale for the American Revolution." On-line reproduction of the book by Bruce Johansen (1982), that examines Native American impacts on the creation of the United States government.
GOVBOT - Government search engine - Search U.S. Government departments, documents Govbot web pages resources documents agencies and more.
Political Dictionary - This site defines many of terms used by politicians, journalists, commentators, and analysts, in discussing national and international politics.
Statutes of Liberty: Guide to the American Political Landscape - Provides the basics and more on American government(s), politics, and policy. Contains quick references, a political concept database, primary documents, and original content.
The United States Capitol Exhibit - Historical overview of the U.S. capital by the Library of Congress. Includes details on selecting national symbols, design, and the role the building has played in American history.
Welcome to - the User's Guide to the Declaration of Independence - Significant political events, laws, key concepts, contemporary language, and other major influences surrounding the Declaration of Independence are examined in an attempt to give visitors a more detailed picture of the significance of this political document.
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