Government Publications: Key Papers is a compilation of papers that covers various topics related to government publications. The book presents materials drawn from a variety of sources, such as public domains, book chapters, and periodicals from different countries. The text contains 61 chapters organized into 15 parts; each part covers a specific area, such as sorting and labeling of publications, library systems, reference services, and municipal and state publications. The book dedicates several parts to British, Canadian, and Australian publications. This book will be of great value to individuals who have an interest in government information.
Publisher: Chicago, IL : American Library Association
Thorough coverage of the subject for students, researchers, and beginning librarians. Indexes covered are: the Monthly catalog of US government publications, Legislative histories of US public laws, Congressional record; American statistics index, Index to US government periodicals, and Congressiona
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