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Media: 30,653 Microfiche
Sources Covered: Over 13,500

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State government documents from 1960-1979, as selected from the Legislative Research Checklist, the Monthly Checklist of State Publications, and the National Union Catalog.

This collection was begun in 1960, with titles selected from the Council of State Government’s Legislative Research Checklist. The collection covers a wide variety of issues, including city planning, housing, welfare, public health, crime and crime prevention, drug abuse, women’s situations, Native Americans, juvenile delinquency, prisons, water resources, ecology and the political process. In 1972 the coverage was considerably broadened, utilizing the Monthly Checklist of State Publications, the National Union Catalog and document checklists from the individual states.

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