Links to politics resources from Leyburn Library available here.
Information on "alternatives in election administration, functions, processes, and costs." Provided by several international organizations.
Political news from CNN and Time. s
Access to the complete contents of this venerable resource, which provides info on every member of the U.S. Congress and describes the political climate of every Congressional district. (Leyburn subscription)
From American University.
Research center at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University.
Research into the changing role of women as political leaders, from the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University.
Weekly overview of regional events, presented by the Central and East European New Media Initiative.
Analysis of "who contributes to federal elections and who doesn't." From the nonpartisan campaign finance reform organization 'Public Campaign.
Includes transcripts of past debates.
Full text of articles on political and social issues. (Leyburn subscription)
Info on Supreme Court, Constitution, Federalist Papers, and selected topics (flag burning, etc.) from FindLaw.
Searchable and browseable data base of over 750 Internet sites containing social science data and related info. (University of California at San Diego.)
Multifaceted site from the University of Virginia, containing the text of de Tocqueville's work, plus sections of commentary.
A multi-faceted PBS Web site covering aspects of politics and public affairs.
Overviews of political and economic data on countries of the world, plus relevant articles from The Economist. Note: some info is not freely available.
Calendar of upcoming elections around the world and links to information sources. Provided by the International Foundation for Election Systems.
The National Archives hosts this official compilation of data.
Provided by the Central Eurasia Project of the Open Society Institute, this is a daily news and analytic service covering Central Asia and the Caucasus.
Scholarly association of approximately 7,000 political scientists. Includes a very useful directory of scholars.
Interactive service allows you to retrieve selected data (weapons systems, military forces, political conditions, etc.) on countries of the world.
Historical and 1996 data on turnout and results. (From the U.S. Federal Election Commission.)
This National Law Journal site will guide you to the most helpful Supreme Court and other court sites.
Index to legal resources on the Web.
Created by the Museum of Broadcast Communications, this site explores the history of televised presidential debates. The "Great Debate" of the title refers to the Kennedy-Nixon debates of 1960.
Links to U.S. Federal and state and foreign sources, from the Law Library of Congress.
Weekly newspaper on Congress.
Archive of audio materials, including Nixon transcripts, Martin Luther King speeches, etc.
Daily coverage of political news. (On-campus access only.)
Large collections of links to important foreign affairs media sources, economic and political data, research institutions, and more.
Links to English translations of constitutional documents.
A "futures market" in which participants can make judgments on the outcomes of elections and other political events.
Broad subject access to online legal resources — Federal law, state law, city/county law, internation law, etc.
The American Museum of the Moving Image presents video clips and analysis of presidential campaign commercials from 1952 to the present. For each election the site offers analysis of each party's advertising campaign, an electoral map showing results, and of course a selection of commercials in their entirety.
Searchable database of information on members of Congress — interest group ratings, campaign finance information, etc.
Data on voting, public opinion and political participation, from the University of Michigan's Institute for Social Research.
Online service of the National Journal, one of the most respected resources for following U.S. politics.
Another massive collection of politically-oriented sites.
Yale University is developing this database, which is an index to scholarly materials on the Middle East. (The "OACIS" means "Online Access to Consolidated Information on Serials.")
Electronic version of the nightly PBS news/issues program, including extensive transcripts.
"The online source for money in politics data" — searchable databases of info on lobbyings, campaign contributions, politicians, etc.
A project of the Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research (Switzerland) and NATO, this site compiles and analyzes documents from the history of NATO and the Warsaw Pact, many of which have been de-classified only recently.
News, opinion, polls, etc.
Compilation of political sites around the world, arranged by region/country.
Political and government Web sites, directories of advisors and services, job opportunities, more.
One of the most important resources for students (and faculty) studying the current U.S. Congress. (Leyburn subscription.)
News, with emphasis on relationship between Internet and politics.
Inaugural address, other documents, images, and other materials, from the Library of Congress.
Links to the Presidential libraries. (From the National Archives.)
Web site provided by the magazine Roll Call, one of the most important sources for coverage of Congress.
Science-related public policy issues.
International news and analysis from a "private intelligence company engaged in open-source information monitoring."
Ongoing study, from the Shorenstein Center at the Kennedy School of Government.
Data on members of General Assembly and governors, 1776- . (University of Virginia)
Documents on political issues, and other links to political sites.
Searchable database of references to articles and books, developed by the Inter-Parliamentary Union.
An "online encyclopedia for legal researchers" — essentially a guide to sources, many of which are freely available online.