Welcome to the research guide for your government course in Freedom's Foundation I, II. The suggested electronic resources are available linked from here and from the Electronic Resources section of the library home page. Print resources are available in the PHC on-campus collection or by mail to distance learning members of the PHC community. You may check on the location and availability of an item in the on-campus collection through the online catalog, Voyager, accessed here and through the menu to the left.
Many of the resources needed for this course are provided within the course materials and on reserve at the library's circulation desk. Professional library assistance is available on campus, by phone at 540-441-8400, or by email at email@example.com .
American political dictionary, by Jack C. Plano, is available in the PHC collection at JK 9 .P55 1997.
American republic: primary sources, with Bruce Frohnen, editor, is available in the PHC collection at E 173 .A 7535 2002.
Classics of modern political theory: Machiavelli to Mill, by Stven M. Cahn, is available in the PHC collection at JA 83 .C535 1997.
Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville is available in the PHC collection at Ref AC 1 .G72 1990 vol. 44.
Encyclopedia of American government, with Joseph M. Bessette as consulting editor, is available in the PHC collection at Ref JK 9 .E52 1998.
Federalist Papers is available in the PHC collection at KF 4515 .F4 1999.
History of political thought: a thematic introduction, by John Morrow, is available in the PHC collection at JA 81 .M757 1998.
Roots of American Order, by Russell Kirk, is available in the PHC collection at JA 81 .K55 2003.
Mayflower Compact, The Prince by Machiavelli and Republic by Plato are available in the on-campus collection, through the database Original Sources, and online at EBSCO ebooks .
Full-text of major works in the areas of political theory, comparative government, political behavior, American government, Constitutional law, and other classical works of law.
Constitution archive is the official government site providing an opportunity to view the original document, study its history, and read about the people from whose minds and hearts it came.
Constitution Society provides a collection of research documents designed to promote education on the principles of constitutional republican government.
For Freedom's Foundation I, the following documents are referenced in and linked from your syllabus and from here:
Search the catalog using the following Library of Congress subject headings:
Almanac of American Politics (Online 7/5/1992-present)
Political Science Reviewer (Print in library 2000 - present)
Turabian is the approved citation format for this course. Information on proper Turabian citation and/orChicago manual of style, at Ref Z 253 .U69 2003 or online at several sites, such as OWL (Online Writing Lab).
Created March 2010 by V. Thornhill. Reviewed, 2012.