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United States Government Documents: The Congress, the Presidency, and the Courts.

Lynn Thitchener, Government Selector. With gratitude to Fred Muratori, creator of the original US Government Documents guide.

About Committee Prints

Online sources ~ Print & Microform holdings

"Congressional Committee Prints are publications issued by Congressional Committees that include topics related to their legislative or research activities, as well as other matters such as memorial tributes. The prints are an excellent resource for statistical and historical information, and for legislative analysis. The subjects of the Committee Prints vary greatly due to the different concerns and actions of each committee. Some basic categories of Congressional Committee Prints are: draft reports and bills, directories, statistical materials, investigative reports, historical reports, situational studies, confidential staff reports, hearings, and legislative analyses. About Committee Prints."

Committee prints acquired by the library may be located by a title or keyword search in the library catalog.

Committee Prints : Online Sources

Committee Prints : Print and Microform formats

Years covered Sources
1973 -- current Print copies may be available in the library collections.
Search the library catalog.
1956 - 1972 Readex U.S. Government Publication microfiche.


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