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Here you can learn all about the services that the American Planning Association offers its members, read through abstracts from the APA's many publications, and stay current on conferences, educational opportunities, and planning issues.

Information on the well known human rights organization, including a form for signing up, information on principles and mission, and the annual report, as well as frequently updated information on Amnesty International's current projects and causes.

This page covers international policy on world trade issues.

Interesting and sometimes provocative articles and commentary on politics and political science. There's a lot of thought-provoking content here, including searchable archives of back issues.

At the homepage of The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, choose between a full graphics or a text-only version. In order to fully enjoy either, you will need a browser that is table enabled. (As of this writing, this site is in need of an update.)

An unofficial site with links to all congressional members who have e-mail, information about houses of Congress, and maps of the Capitol city.

The Center is nonprofit, nonpartisan, and interested in developing active, responsible citizens committed to democratic ideals, in the US and abroad. The site offers descriptions of the programs offered, sample lesson plans, a civic education research area, links to similar organizations, and more.

This site advocates the democratic approach to foreign policy for the US. Interesting viewpoint with good information.

CAWP offers information and research regarding the promotion of "greater understanding and knowledge about women's relationship to politics and government." You can explore current center publications, consider press releases, and read newsletters.

At the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's home page you can find information on courses they offer or their latest publications. If you're planing a trip outside of the US, be sure to take a look at their Traveler's Health page. This site is also available in a text-only version.

Information about the US's intelligence agency, with Quicktime videos, tours, maps, and more.

C.R.O.W. encourages interactive access to government agencies, from requests for street repairs to federal forms access online. This site offers links to virtually all U.S. government agencies, places for local and county government information, and many related sources.

Electronic versions of the City and County Data Books from 1994 are available on this site. The books include everything from local voting patterns to population distribution.

The U.S. Census Bureau provides information here on commodity flows within the United States. Viewing, downloading, search available. Feedback encouraged.

An FTP site featuring the constitutions of more than two dozen nations, written in the language of that country. Included are Mexico, Germany, Peru, Japan, Italy, and the US.

This great resource features the most recent official government texts, policy statements, and articles prepared by the U.S. Information Agency. They're usually updated within 48 hours of any changes and are available in several languages, including Spanish, Arabic, French, and Russian.

Produced by the Department of Defense and Defense Technical Information Center, this site includes press releases and other public documents about the US Defense Department.

This site's designed to keep the public informed about the electoral process and how media and journalism interact and impact the process. Poll results and other interesting and informative material are featured as well...and don't miss the online voter guides!


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