By Frank W. Hoffmann, Richard J. Wood
Executive publishing offers a wealth of knowledge that's frequently tough to discover in different resources. This annotated bibliography identifies and describes these federal records (monographs, journals, maps, posters, pamphlets, and media kits) which are more likely to be in optimum call for through scholars, academics, and lay electorate of every age and demographic backgrounds. taking over the place the final version left off, it covers more moderen and extra renowned titles (1995 via 1996), in addition to a number of classics from prior years and some periodicals from 1997. The publication is prepared via topic (e.g., ecology, sport, enterprise and finance, army affairs, customer concerns, civil rights). every one access offers whole bibliographic data-a bibliographic description, issuing supplier, SuDocs quantity, GPO ordering details, and an annotation. it is going to aid clients find U.S. executive records within the library or buy them at a number of entry issues, together with GPO bookstores and neighborhood distribution facilities.
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