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U.S. Government, Politics, and Law: News and Periodicals

The American Prospect
This liberal magazine contains full-text access on the Web both to articles from the hard-copy magazine and also to Web-only reports. On-line sections include "Washington Memo" (reports from the magazine's Washington correspondent) and "Rightwatch" (articles from a liberal perspective about American conservatism). Most articles are available in "printer-friendly" versions.

Cable News Network/AllPolitics
CNN, in cooperation with Time magazine, updates this web site whenever breaking political news occurs. In addition to articles which also appear on the non-political Cable News Network, there are many up-to-the-minute stories appearing only on the site. Features include election links, election alert, and inside politics. Information on articles which appear in the current issue of Time is listed. Upcoming CNN political programs are also highlighted.

The Political Pages: Campaigns & Elections
Web edition of the magazine Campaigns & Elections, principal trade magazine for U.S. political campaign professionals. Some features are freely available, while others require a paid subscription.

This large archive of published journal articles from more than 300 magazines dates back to 1998. There are no charges for tapping into this web site, which is maintained by LookSmart. Each article is full-text and can be read and printed at no cost. The access is by key words. Book reviews are included.

National Review
This conservative magazine provides full-text access on the Web to updated current events and related political topics. In addition to current news stories and full text articles, regular features include contributions by conservative columnists.

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