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BYU Law & Corpus Linguistics
This tool lets users see how words were used in context in a number of historic texts, including Supreme Court cases and Statutes at Large.
- The biggest work of statistical research performed by the Federal Government is the Census. Census information can be located at the United States Census Bureau website. However, the Census Bureau also has American FactFinder, a user-friendly search engine for popular census information (population, income, etc.).
- FOIA.Gov: Users can create reports from data regarding the Freedom of Information Act.
- Foreign Assistance: A fairly new resource that compiles data regarding assistance from the US Government to foreign countries.
- Social Security, Research, Statistics, & Policy Analysis: Provides information about Social Security recipients, organized by state.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts:
The following resources provide historical data and information. All are provided by Northeastern, and may not be accessible if you are not on campus or are not logged in.
More Information on Government Affairs
For more information, please see the following LibGuides made by Snell Library:
Books Available at NU Libraries
If you're looking for something specific from a state or Federal government and you can't find it with these resources, check out these books.