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View Resource H-Teachpol Discussion Network

H-Teachpol is dedicated to the discussion of issues regarding political science teaching in post-secondary settings. It is a forum to discuss the role of political science teaching within the larger framework of liberal learning, to examine current trends in higher education (e.g., distance learning, service learning, integration of new technologies, assessment, outcome-based evaluation, and...

https://networks.h-net.org/h-teachpol
View Resource Dead Economists Society

This site was created by John McGinnis of Penn State University, as a tribute to classical liberal economists. Defined by McGinnis as those who "champion free markets, limited government, and the private property order," the site provides links to short biographical sketches and writings of classical liberal economists such as Adam Smith, David Ricardo, Hayek von Mises, Benjamin Franklin and John...

http://www.personal.psu.edu/faculty/j/d/jdm114/
View Resource eldis Country Profiles

This new briefing service from eldis (Electronic Development and Environment Information System) (originally reviewed in the October 9, 1997 Scout Report for Business & Economics) offers access to a large amount of informative material on individual countries. The heart of this material will be multiple documents providing sectoral profiles of Agriculture, Environment, Economics, Gender, Politics,...

http://www.eldis.org/search
View Resource A Virtuous Circle: Political Communications in Post-Industrial Democracies

The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University has posted this study of the state of the media in a technological age by Harvard Scholar Pippa Norris. Norris's unconventional thesis is that, contrary to the conclusions of many public intellectuals and academics, the dramatic changes in the forms of journalism in the last 20 years have not created a civic culture of cynicism,...

https://sites.hks.harvard.edu/fs/pnorris/Acrobat/PSA2000%20Y...
View Resource Library of Congress: Country Studies

This online series of books prepared by the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress presently contains studies of 100 countries. Each study has been prepared by a "multidisciplinary team of social scientists" and offers a textbook-like portrayal of the beliefs, values, institutions, geography, politics, and economics of each country. Texts include photographs, tables, glossaries,...

https://www.loc.gov/collections/country-studies/about-this-c...
View Resource Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

The Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard was originally founded in 1973 by Paul Doty, when its original gaol was to revive serious analysis of nuclear dangers and arms control. In 1997, the Center was re-endowed, and its primary mission became "to provide leadership in advancing policy-relevant knowledge about the international security and other critical issues where...

https://www.belfercenter.org/
View Resource Cross-National Indicators Of Liberal Democracy, 1950-1990

In February 1999 the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) at the University of Michigan added this study to its archive. Cross-National Indicators Of Liberal Democracy, 1950-1990, is an international collection of political, social, and economic measures, containing more than 800 variables, for most of the world's independent countries. Topics covered by the study...

http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/icpsrweb/DSDR/studies/2532
View Resource The Liberal Republic [pdf]

The Demos organization publishes thoughtful pieces of commentary and research on a variety of topics, including civics, governance, public space, and other related matters. Richard Reeves and Philip Collins authored this 71-page paper, and in it they consider the nature of power and control, and more specifically, the relationship between the people and government. The work was published in May...

https://www.demos.co.uk/files/LiberalRepublic_web2bb.pdf?124...