CQ Press Collection
The CQ Press Collection now available on Credo Reference offers 16 reference works focused on U.S. and international politics and law. Geared for students at the undergraduate level, this collection of reference works provide access to in-depth research covering key topics in U.S. History and Political Science. One of the advantages for faculty is the ability to link directly to an entry, so if you need to provide background information on Supreme Court justice, Harry Andrew Blackmun as well as a photograph you can link directly to his entry in the Biographical Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court. For students, the system allows for users to e-mail, print or save the entries as well as obtains information on how to cite the entries in APA, Chicago, Harvard, or MLA formats or to export the reference to EasyBib or other reference management tools. Credo also allows you to search for images.
Titles include: American Congressional Dictionary; Biographical Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court: The Lives and Legal Philosophies of the Justices; American Government A to Z: Congress A to Z; Encyclopedia of Politics and Religion; Encyclopedia of the First Amendment; Encyclopedia of the Fourth Amendment; Encyclopedia of United States Indian Policy and Law; Guide to Political Campaigns in America; Guide to the Presidency and the Executive Branch; Guide to U.S. Elections; Political History of America’s Wars; The Contemporary Middle East: A Documentary History; American Government A to Z: The Presidency A to Z; The Presidents, First Ladies, and Vice Presidents: White House Biographies, 1789-2009; The Supreme Court Justices: Illustrated Biographies 1789-2012; and American Government A to Z: The U.S. Constitution A to Z.