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Government publishing provides a wealth of information that is often difficult to find in other sources. This annotated bibliography identifies and describes those federal documents (monographs, journals, maps, posters, pamphlets, and media kits) that are likely to be in highest demand by students, teachers, and lay citizens of all ages and demographic backgrounds. Taking Government publishing provides a wealth of information that is often difficult to find in other sources. This annotated bibliography identifies and describes those federal documents (monographs, journals, maps, posters, pamphlets, and media kits) that are likely to be in highest demand by students, teachers, and lay citizens of all ages and demographic backgrounds. Taking up where the last edition left off, it covers newer and more popular titles (1995 through 1996), along with a few classics from previous years and a few periodicals from 1997. The book is arranged by subject (e.g., ecology, recreation, business and finance, military affairs, consumer issues, civil rights). Each entry provides complete bibliographic data-a bibliographic description, issuing agency, SuDocs number, GPO ordering information, and an annotation. It will help users locate U.S. government documents in the library or purchase them at various access points, including GPO bookstores and regional distribution centers.


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Government publishing provides a wealth of information that is often difficult to find in other sources. This annotated bibliography identifies and describes those federal documents (monographs, journals, maps, posters, pamphlets, and media kits) that are likely to be in highest demand by students, teachers, and lay citizens of all ages and demographic backgrounds. Taking Government publishing provides a wealth of information that is often difficult to find in other sources. This annotated bibliography identifies and describes those federal documents (monographs, journals, maps, posters, pamphlets, and media kits) that are likely to be in highest demand by students, teachers, and lay citizens of all ages and demographic backgrounds. Taking up where the last edition left off, it covers newer and more popular titles (1995 through 1996), along with a few classics from previous years and a few periodicals from 1997. The book is arranged by subject (e.g., ecology, recreation, business and finance, military affairs, consumer issues, civil rights). Each entry provides complete bibliographic data-a bibliographic description, issuing agency, SuDocs number, GPO ordering information, and an annotation. It will help users locate U.S. government documents in the library or purchase them at various access points, including GPO bookstores and regional distribution centers.

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