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Whenever a student is researching materials for a scholarly writing, I always recommend looking at the Encyclopedia of Associations.  Usually the student will find groups that are focused on his/her research subject.  We are a country comprised of a multitude of associations, groups, and organizations…at least three volumes worth!

These associations research; they propose/oppose legislation; they counsel; they produce reports and statistics; they represent persons of similar interests; and more and more frequently, they have websites.  A student will often find supporting documentation not normally found in a law library.

You can view the EOA in print n the CWSL Library in the  Reference Collection on the first floor at HS 17 .G1, or online via LEXIS (‘Encyclopedia of Associations’)

Of course, see a reference librarian for assistance or with questions.

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