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The online edition series combines the same content from the print volumes with a number of electronic features and functionality to make navigating this immense amount of content a smooth experience. With the online edition, users can:

· Quickly navigate through nearly 60 years of coverage of politics and policy

· Access tables, graphs, and charts that help explain the issues

· Search and browse within consistent topic areas from one volume to the next

· Explore content from all eleven columns with a linkable cumulative index

Congress and the Nation

CQ Congress & the Nation:

For over forty years, Congress and the Nation has been the definitive resource for researchers studying the actions of the U.S. Congress. This well established series from CQ Press offers comprehensive and signature coverage of Congressional action from 1945 to 2004. Congress and the Nation is the only resource that makes the actions of Congress understandable to any reader. Congress and the Nation in print and online provides:

· Renowned, authoritative coverage of the events, trends, and controversies in the U.S. Congress and the presidency - from the administration of Harry S. Truman through the first term of President George W. Bush

· Accessible, in-depth review and analysis of legislation and policy during each Congressional session and presidential term - organized by policy area

· An unprecedented amount of coverage neatly organized and arranged to tell the story of the times

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