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How to find US, state, and international government publications in Geisel Library and online.
Last Updated: Jul 18, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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      Why Use Government Publications

      Government publications offer authoritative and timely information that can enhance your research.  Here are examples of how they can help you:

      • Primary documents such as Senate committee reports, Supreme Court decisions, and transcripts of Congressional debates can provide important perspectives on hot policy debates
      • The U.S. federal government's numerous agencies (such as the EPA, Census Bureau, and FBI) produce reports and statistics touching on the economy, health, environment, and social issues
      • State governments such as New Hampshire's publish documents with a more local concentration, including statistical studies of crime and education trends
      • Organizations like the United Nations, European Union, and the World Bank issue publications on international concerns such as poverty, global security, and women's rights

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      Here's a good place to start. searches across United States federal and state government websites. logo

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