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Government 204

Professor: Janet Martin

Librarian: Ginny Hopcroft


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Photo Credit: U.S. Capitol, late afternoon.
Horydczak, Theodor, photographer.
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Introduction

Congress enacts the laws which govern the United States. The process of creating legislation is complex, and the documents generated - bills, resolutions, hearings, reports, committee prints and debates in the Congressional Record - reflect that complexity. Bowdoin College Library has a major collection of these congressional primary source documents in paper and electronic format.

 

The Library has also collected many secondary sources - indexes, journal article databases, almanacs, etc. -  to provide identification and context for these congressional publications. The purpose of this guide is to help you, the researcher, to locate and use congressional publications effectively.

 

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