Grade 12 Internet Resources

 Unit One - Historic Foundations
 Unit Two - Constitution

 Unit Three - Political Process

 Unit Four - Policy Making Institutions  

 Unit Five - Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

 Unit Six - Comparative Government

 Unit Seven - State and Local Government

 

 


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Unit One - Historic Foundations

Greek Classical Democracy (SOL 12.2a)

The above address deals with sources of modern democracy

 

Athenian Democracy  (SOL 12.2a)

 The above address is a multi link page.  Athenian Democracy and Philosophy are topics that have many links.

 

This Nation (SOL 12.2e)

The above address is a major link page; “the most comprehensive guide to American Government and politics on the net” is their claim.

 

John Locke (SOL 12.2c)

            A short biography of John Locke

 

            Locke's Two Treatises of Government (SOL 12.2c)

            John Locke’s Two Treatises of Government

 

            Thomas Hobbes (SOL 12.2c)

            A short biography of Thomas Hobbes

 

Overview of the American Revolution (SOL 12.2c)

The above address is a link under the topic foundations from the This Nation site.  The address deals with an overview of the American Revolution with many additional links.  A brief chronology of the War is found here (also pictures).  There are link sections dealing with Historical Documents dealing with the war.  The also is a multimedia section (8 paintings).  A research and study helps section (with multimedia links).  And there are three think about it questions

 

Social Contract (SOL 12.2c)

The above address is for an overview of the Social Contract

 

John Locke (SOL 12.2c)

The above address deals with John Locke.

 

Thomas Hobbes (SOL 12.2c)

The above address deal with Thomas Hobbes

 

Magna Carta (SOL 12.2b)

The above address gives you an overview of the Magna Carta with a link to a view of the whole manuscript.

 

Magna Carta (SOL 12.2b)

            The above address gives you the text of the Magna Carta in an easy to read format.           

 

Signers of the Mayflower Compact (SOL 12.2b)

The above address is a link to The Mayflower Compact.  List the signers.

 

Mayflower Compact (SOL 12.2b)

The above address is a link to the Mayflower Compact

 

Fundamental Orders of Connecticut (SOL 12.2b)

The above address is a link to The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut

 

Albany Plan of Union (SOL 12.2b)

The above address is a link to The Albany Plan of Union

 

Virginia Declaration of Rights (SOL 12.2b)

The above address is for the Virginia Declaration of Rights

 

Declaration of Independence (SOL 12.2b)

The above address gives you a link to the Declaration of Independence.

 

Articles of Confederation (SOL 12.2b)

The above address is another link to the Articles of Confederation.

 

Northwest Ordinance (SOL 12.2b)

The above address is a link to The Northwest Ordinance (1787)

 

Federalists (SOL 12.4a)

The above address is a link to the Federalist Papers (they are listed by number and a link to the text for that number)

 

100 Milestone Documents (SOL 12.2b)

The above link is for 100 milestone documents. The following is a list of 100 milestone documents, compiled by the National Archives and Records Administration, and drawn primarily from its nationwide holdings. The documents chronicle United States history from 1776 to 1965.

 

Declaration of Independence and time periods from the explorations to 1790 (SOL 12.2b)

The above address gives you a link to five different time lines, which cover the time periods from the explorations to 1790.  There also is a link to the Declaration of Independence.

 

 

 

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Unit Two - The Constitution

 

Transcript of the Constitution (SOL 12.4)

The above address is a page that contains a text of the Constitution in its original form. Items that are hyperlinks have since been amended or superseded. This page also has a biography for each of the 55 delegates to the Constitutional Convention

 

National Archives—Constitution and the Bill of Rights (SOL 12.4)

The above address provides you a link to the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights.  There are also many additional links from this page. 

 

A More Perfect Union—The Creation of the Constitution (SOL 12.4)

The above address deals with The Constitution: A History.   The page has an article entitled A More Perfect Union: The Creation of the U.S. Constitution.

Ratification of the Constitution (SOL 12.4)

The above address quick fact page about the Constitution and Constitution Ratification.

 

Outline of the Constitution (SOL 12.4)

The above address provides an outline of the Constitution and each part of the outline is a link to the text of that part of the Constitution

 

Study Guide for the Constitution (SOL 12.4)

The above address is a link from the Constitution text site that is a quick reference for the Constitution.  A study guide for the Constitution.

 

Analysis and Interpretation of the Constitution (SOL 12.4)

The above address deals with Analysis and Interpretation of the Constitution by the Supreme Court. Located about half way down the page you will find Annotations (PDF files or text files) for each Article and Amendment.  The page also provides you with other information about the Constitution.  The United States Senate and the United States Government Printing Office web site sponsor the page.

 

Constitution Trivia Game (SOL 12.4)

The above address takes you to a page that has constitutional trivia in format of a game show (jeopardy).

 

Constitutional Conflicts (SOL 12.4)

The above address deals with constitutional conflicts plus has many other links

 

Bill of Rights (SOL 12.4)

The above address is to the text of the first ten Amendments to the Constitution

 

Amendments 11-27 (SOL 12.4)

The above address is to the text of Amendments 11-27

 

The Amendment Process (SOL 12.4)

The above address deals with Constitutional Amendments.  There is a brief statement about amendments and a number of links to information about the process of amending the Constitution, history of the ratified amendments, failed amendments, and proposed amendments.

 

Constitutional Dictionary (SOL 12.4)

The above address is for a Constitutional Dictionary

 

Bill of Rights Golf Game (SOL 12.4)

The above address let you play a game of golf by asking questions dealing with the Bill of Rights.

 

Federalism Law Charts (SOL 12.4)

The above address takes you to a site called LAW CHARTS, under the headings Legal Quick Reference Charts, click on the heading Federalism, this will take you to Federalism Law Charts.  There are eleven links dealing with Federalism.

 

Article Four (SOL 12.4)

The above address is the text of Article Four of the Constitution.

 

Article Four Privileges and Immunities Clause (SOL 12.4)

The above address is concerned with privileges and immunities clause of Article Four with links to Supreme Court cases.

 

Bill of Rights (SOL 12.4)

The above address has the text of the 10th Amendment and links relating to it.

 

Commerce Clause (SOL 12.4)

The above address is concerned with the issue Commerce Clause and limitations on State Regulation.  The Commerce Clause is stated and links to court cases are given.

 

The Court and the Bill of Rights (SOL 12.4)

The above address has the text of the 10th Amendment and many court cases dealing with this amendment.

 

Federalism (SOL 12.4)

The above address deals with the Constitutional topic of Federalism.

 

American Federalism from 1776 to 1997 (SOL 12.4)

The above address deals with significant events in American federalism from 1776 to 1997 (when the analyst was written).

Principles of American Government (SOL 12.4)

The above address has lesson plans that deal with Principles of American Democracy.  The site is divided into units and has resources and activities for each unit.

 

 

 

 

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Unit Three – The Political Process

Republican Party's Homepage (SOL 12.6)

The above address is for the Republican Party's Homepage

 

Democratic Party's Homepage (SOL 12.6)

The above address is for the Democratic Party's Homepage

 

Political Spectrum Quiz (SOL 12.6)

The above address deals with The Political Spectrum”.  There is a link to a quiz page dealing with views found on the spectrum.  There also is a link to an issue page as viewed by the left and the right.

 

Political Leaders (SOL 12.6)

The above address lists a number of political leaders and their views on many issues.  There are many links from this page.

 

Select Smart (SOL 12.6)

The above address is for a site that asks you to answer 17 multiple-choice questions to determine which presidential candidate most closely matches your political views.

 

Election The American Way (SOL 12.6)

The above address is the Library of Congress “Election . . . the American Way page.  The site answers questions about candidates, voters, the party system, the election process, and issues.  Each answer section has additional links.

 

Cyberian Express (SOL 12.6)

The above address is a multi link page called the CYBERIAN EXPRESS from LSU.  This site covers many aspects of the election process.

 

Voter Registration (SOL 12.6)

The above address is for an overview of Voter Registration and has links to other election sites.

 

Propaganda Techniques (SOL 12.6)

The above address is one that deals with propaganda techniques, propaganda is defined and links are provided to a table of contents and a propaganda gallery.

 

Frequently Asked Questions about the Electoral College (SOL 12.6)

The above address deals with frequently asked questions about the Electoral College

 

Links to Election Resources (SOL 12.6)

The above address is for a multi link election resource.

 

Election Procedures (SOL 12.6)

The above address is for a multi link page dealing with election procedures, campaign finance, the Electoral College, and overviews of elections.

 

Campaign Ads (SOL 12.6)

The above address deals with the making of campaign ads.

 

Project Vote Smart (SOL 12.6)

Project Vote Smart home page. A multi link page

 

Lobbying Congress  (SOL 12.6)

The above address has three links:  An overview and introduction of lobbying Congress; How to Lobby Your Members of Congress; Contact your members of Congress.

 

Tips on Lobbying Congress (SOL 12.6)

The above address gives tips on lobbying Congress.

 

AARP Election Page (SOL 12.6)

The above address is a link for AARP (American Association of Retiblue People) page dealing with legislation and elections page.

 

National Rifle Association (SOL 12.6)

The above address is a link from the NRA (National Rifleman Association) to their page on Congress.  From this page you can find you Elected Officials for Congress, State, and Local government.  There is a Legislative update page also a link to Tips for Communicating with your Lawmakers.  Site has links to media guide and elections and candidates.

 

MAAD (SOL 12.6)

The above address is for MADD’s (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) guide to Congress. There are many links.

 

Gallup Poll (SOL 12.6)

The above address is the homepage for the Gallup Poll.

Polling Report (SOL 12.6)

The above address links to polls on political topics.

 

White House Briefing (SOL 12.6)

The above address is for Daily news briefings from the White House.

 

MSNBC (SOL 12.6)

MSNBC political news

 

ABC (SOL 12.6)

ABC political news

 

Fox News (SOL 12.6)

Fox political news

 

CBS News (SOL 12.6)

CBS political news

 

CNN News (SOL 12.6)

CNN political news

 

C-Span (SOL 12.6)

The above address is for C-Span on the Web.  The site deals with Public Affairs on the Web.

 

PBS (SOL 12.6)

Here you will find News Hour Extra stories written for students and interactive reports based on stories from the News Hour with Jim Lehrer, the nightly news broadcast on PBS.  (U.S. History/ Government)

 

Washington Post (SOL 12.6)

The Washington Post political news

 

Newspapers for each State (SOL 12.6)

United States newspapers online listed by state.

 

Virginia Newspapers (SOL 12.6)

Virginia newspapers online

 

Richmond Times Dispatch (SOL 12.6)

 Richmond/state

 

Newsweek (SOL 12.6)

Newsweek

 

Time Magazine (SOL 12.6)

Time

 

Best Columnists (SOL 12.6)

Links to all the "Best"columnists and media on the Net!

 

NBC--12 (SOL 12.6)

 Channel 12

 

WRIC Channel 8 (SOL 12.6)

Channel 8

 

WTVR Channel 6 (SOL 12.6)

Channel 6

 

 

 

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Unit Four Policy-Making Institutions

Ben's Guide to the Branches of Government (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

The above address provides an overview of the branches of government and has a link for each branch of government.

 

Legislative Branch (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

The above address is for Thomas.  Legislative information of the Internet.  Multi link page that has a direct link to the House of Representative’s Homepage and the Senate’s Homepage.

 

Your Congress (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

The above address has links dealing with Congress under six headings.  Latest, Cast of characters, Inside Congress, Your Congress U, Your money, and I have power.  All headings have additional links.  Left side of the page has Headline (dealing with government) links.

Legislative Documents (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

Statutes & Legislative Documents

 

Executive Branch Web Sites (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

The above address is for the “Official US Executive Branch Web Sites.” 

 

White House (SOL 12.7)

The above address is the official White House web page.  There are many links from this page to other government sites.  This page also has audio and video links (need real player)

Presidency in Action (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

The above address deals with the Presidency in Action and the Presidency in History.

 

Modern Presidency (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

This is a mage site dealing with the Presidency. Teaching the Modern Presidency on the Web.  Russell D. Renka Department of Political Science Southeast Missouri State University.   Great site.

 

Federal Courts (SOL 12.10)

The above address deals with understanding the Federal Courts

 

Structure of the Federal Courts (SOL 12.10)

The above address deals with the structure of the Federal Courts.  The page has links to the different Federal Courts.

 

Federal Court Glossary (SOL 12.10)

The above address is for a Federal Court glossary.

 

Supreme Court Homepage (SOL 12.10)

The above address is for the Homepage of the Supreme Court

 

Historic Supreme Court Decisions (SOL 12.10)

The above address is for database of Historic Supreme Court Decisions that can be searched by Party Name

 

Supreme Court Game (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

The above address is a game dealing with Supreme Court justices.

 

Street Law (SOL 12.7)

A multi link site dealing with young people and the courts.“In the USA, Street Law's programs draw real-world connections between the lives of young people and the law, human rights, and democratic values.”

 

Rules of the Supreme Court (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

Rules of the Supreme Court of the United States

 

The following two sites deal the Docket of the United States Supreme Court.  View both sites.

 

Supreme Court Docket (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

Supreme Court Docket

 

Supreme Court Docket (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

Supreme Court Docket

 

Current News on the Supreme Court (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

Current news on the Supreme Court

 

Biographies of the Current Supreme Court Justices (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

Picture of each of the Current Supreme Court Justices and links to an overview of each justice and a biography of each current justice.

 

Federal Agencies (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

The above site is a multi link page dealing with the Federal Agencies and Departments of government. 

 

Political Cartoons (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

The above address is for a political cartoonist index.  On the left side of the page there is a link to a Teacher’s Guide.  There are lesson plans for elementary, middle and high school.

 

Terrorism (SOL 12.7 and 12.9)

The above address deals with 9/11.  Constitutional Rights Foundation has prepablue "America Responds to Terrorism," a new series of online lessons and resources designed for classroom use.

 

 

 

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Unit Five – Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

Affirmative Action

President Lyndon Johnson’s affirmative action order. Executive Order 11246 - Equal Employment Opportunity

 

Plessy v. Ferguson          Plessy v. Ferguson

Brown v. Board of Education Brown v. Board

Board of Regents v. Bakke  Board of Regents v. Bakke

 

Affirmative Action Lesson Plan

The above address is for a lesson of affirmative action.

 

U.S. Department of the Interior

The above address is the U.S. Department of the Interior page on workforce diversity.  Diversity is defined and there are many links to related topics.

 

Civil Rights Leadership Conference

The above address is for the Home Page of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights (there are many links from this page).  The conference consists of more than 185 national organizations, representing persons of color, women, children, labor unions, individuals with disabilities, older Americans, major religious groups, gays and lesbians, and civil liberties and human rights groups.

 

U.S. Department of State and Diversity

The above address is a site that is maintained by the U.S. Department of State that deals with diversity in the United States. The site has many additional links.

 

U.S. Department of State and Civil Rights

The above address is a site that is maintained by the U.S. Department of State that deals with Civil Rights in the United States.  The site has many additional links.

 

Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division

The above link is to the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division page.

 

Civil Rights Act of 1964

Teaching with documents lesson plan dealing with The Civil Rights Act of 1964.  There are links to the document and also links to teaching activities and a document analysis worksheet page.

 

First Amendment

The above address deals with the first amendment (complete text) The site also has links to a. free speech clause, establishment and the free exercise clause.  There are many topics of the First Amendment coveblue on this site.

 

First Amendment

The above address deals with the first amendment.  This link states what is in the first amendment and has an outline of the amendment (annotations) with multi links to each topic.

 

Teaching about Law Through Technologies

An article dealing with "Teaching about Law through Technologies: there is a link to a class “Freedom of Expression at the NEA"

 

 California State University

California State University, Long Beach

 

First Amendment Lesson Plans

Lessons plans for teaching the First Amendment.

 

First Amendment--Freedom of Speech

A multi link page dealing with freedom of speech.  They are many useful links on this page.

 

First Amendment--Freedom of the Press

A multi link page dealing with freedom of the press.  They are many useful links on this page.

 

First Amendment--Freedom of Religion

A multi link page dealing with religious liberty.  They are many useful links on this page.

 

First Amendment--Freedom of Assembly

A multi link page dealing with freedom of assembly.  They are many useful links on this page.

 

First Amendment--Right to Petition

The right to petition

 

Center for Individual Freedoms

The above address is for the Center for Individual Freedoms. 

 

Sacrificing Freedoms in the Name of Saving Them

The above address deals with the topic Sacrificing Freedoms in the Name of Saving Them.

 

Are there limits to liberty?

The above address deals with the topic “Are there limits to liberty?”

 

Second Amendment

The above address has the text of the 2nd Amendment.   There is discussion and examples of legislative action dealing with the 2nd Amendment.

 

Second Amendment

The above address is a multi link page dealing with the 2nd Amendment.  The link will give you the text of the 2nd Amendment in the U.S. Constitution and the related text in state constitutions.

 

Second Amendment

The above link deals with the text of the Second Amendment with annotations

 

Third Amendment

The above address has the text of the 3rd Amendment.

 

Fourth Amendment

The above address has the text of the 4th Amendment and many court cases dealing with this amendment.

 

Fourth Amendment

The above address deals with the Fourth amendment.  This link states the fourth amendment and has an outline of the amendment (annotations) with multi links to each topic.

 

Fifth Amendment

The above address deals with the Fifth Amendment.  This link states the Fifth Amendment and has an outline of the amendment with links to each topic.

 

Sixth Amendment

The above address deals with the 6th amendment, Right of the Accused to Trial by Jury. There also are links to lessons and trial by jury web resources.

 

Sixth Amendment

The above address deals with the sixth amendment.  This link states the sixth amendment and has an outline of the amendment with links to each topic.

 

Eighth Amendment

The above address has the text of the 8th Amendment and many court cases dealing with this amendment.

 

Eighth Amendment

The above address deals with the eighth amendment.  This link states the eight amendments and has an outline of the amendment with links to each topic.

 

Ninth Amendment

The above address has the text of the 9th Amendment and many court cases dealing with this amendment.

 

Ninth Amendment

The above link deals with the text of the 9th Amendment with annotations

 

Fourteenth Amendment

The above address deals with DUE PROCESS.  There are links to the 5th and 14th Amendments and explanation of due process.

 

Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure

Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure are divided by topic with links to subtopics.

 

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are divided by topic with links to subtopics.

 

Federal Rules of Evidence

Federal Rules of Evidence (2004).  "These rules govern the introduction of evidence in proceedings, both civil and criminal, in Federal courts. While they do not apply to suits in state courts, the rules of many states have been closely modeled on these provisions."

 

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Unit Six - Comparative Government

Background Notes

The above address is for the site Background Notes.  Background Notes are factual publications that contain information on all the countries of the world with which the United States has relations.

 

International Relations and Comparative Government

 General site on International Relations and Comparative Government.

 

World Fact Book

The above address will give you a profile of a country.  Select a country from the pull down menu for a profile of that country.  The information is from the World Fact Boo k.

 

Comparison of 101 Countries

The above address provides an outline for 101 countries.  The outline includes government information. The U. S. Department of Army sponsoblue this study.

 

International Government Topics

International Government Topics / general resources

The Four Types of Governments

The above link is to an online PowerPoint (created by High School students) that compares four types of governments and the advantages and disadvantages.

 

Capitalism

The above address defines capitalism.

 

Museum of Communism

The above address is the Museum of Communism.  There is link to a brief history of communism plus other links.

 

Basic Economics

The above address is a glossary for a course is basic economics

 

Business Cycle

The above address is Hypertext Glossary of Business Cycle Indicators.

 

Historical Economic Data

The above address is a site that has links to historical economic data.  It is a multi link page for economic sources.

 

Federal Reserve System

The above address is for a site that deals with the purposes and functions of our Federal Reserve System.  The site is in an outline format with each major topic being a link to a PDF file.

 

Federal Reserve Information

The above address is one that gives a multitude of links to Federal Reserve information and sites.

 

Structure and Functions of the Federal Reserve System

The above address deals with the structure and functions of the Federal Reserve.

 

Economic Indicators

The above link allows you to browse the 1998-2003 Economic Indicators

 

The Value of Money

The above address will adjust the value of money for inflation. 

 

Outline of the U.S. Economy

The above address is for an outline of the U.S. Economy.  Each topic of the outline is a link that deals with that topic.

 

Glossary of Economic Terms

The above address is for a glossary of economic terms

 

Principles of Economics

The above address deals with Principles of Economics.  The site is divided into units and has resources and activities for each unit. Resources on the SCORE pages were evaluated by history-social science leaders in California. Going beyond these links allows student access to unknown material. Each school site is responsible for evaluating resources for appropriateness in the local school community.

 

Economics Lesson Plans

The above address is for an Archive of economic lesson plans form EconEdLink.  The plans are listed by Title and Grade.

 

Fed 101

Multi-media site dealing with the Federal Reserve.  Click Fed 101 at a glance.

 

 

 

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Unit Seven - State and Local Government

State Governments for all Fifty States

A multi-link site for all 50 States.  Each state has its own multi link page.  The Virginia page has links to government, museums and other useful data sources.

 

Governor of Virginia Homepage

A link to the homepage of the governor of Virginia

 

General Assembly

A link to the homepage of the General Assembly

 

Constitution of Virginia

The above address is for the Constitution of Virginia - Table of Contents

 

Virginia's Judicial System

 Home Page for Virginia's Judicial System. Multi link.

 

Governor of Tennessee Homepage

The above address is the Homepage for governor of Tennessee.  If you use your cursor to replace the letters tn (http://www.state.tn.us/with the two letter abbreviation of the state you are seeking information about, it should take you to that state.  Example: http://www.state.tx.us/ will take you the homepage of Texas.

 

State Politics and Policy News

The site deals with politics and policy news, state by state.  The site has the following headings Stories, Issues, States, Statistics, and Resources.  Each heading has multi links.

 

State, County and City Government Links

The above site is a directory of official state, county, and city government links.

Virginia Local Governments

Web sites for Virginia local governments.

 

State Constitutions

This site has multi links for all of the states.  Each state has a link to their Constitution.  Some have links to courts, codes, and government.  There is also a link for The Council of State Governments and a link for National Conference of State Legislatures

 

Henrico County Homepage

The site is the homepage for Henrico County

 

Henrico County Board of Supervisors

The above site is for the Board of Supervisors and county manager

 

Public Domain Images of American Political Government

The above address is for a site that has a collection of over 500 public domain images of American Political History.  There is a browse and search link and a link to using the collection.

 

U.S. Government Printing Office

The above address is for multi link page of core documents of U.S. Democracy at the U.S. Government Printing Office.

 

Senior High Source Page

The above address is for Senior High Source page.  Canadian 2lean cite

 

Political Information from Local to International

A portal that compiles government Web sites and documents, facts and figures, news, political information and much more, from local to international.

 

Library and Reference Sites

A portal that compiles Library and Reference sites.

 

Online Resources for U.S. Government and Politics

Annotated list of online resources for U.S. government and politics as well as international affairs, from the Rutgers University Libraries.

 

Western Connecticut State University

A widely used collection of links from Professor Jerry Bannister, of the Department of Social Sciences, Western Connecticut State University.

 

Politics, Policy and Political News

A search engine for politics, policy and political news.  Four ways to find information about politics on the web.

Government 101

This is a multi link page for students dealing with government resources.  Scroll to the lower right side of the page to Government 101.

 

About Government

Web-based information about the federal government through the About Government portal site

 

Project Vote Smart

Project vote smart.  Where do candidates stand on the issues?

 

Abbreviations and Acronyms of the U.S. Government

The above address is a list of Abbreviations and Acronyms of the U.S. Government. Each abbreviation and acronym is a link.

Constitution of Virginia

The above address is for the Constitution of Virginia - Table of Contents

 

U.S. Government Printing Office

The above address is for a Glossary that is provided by as a service of the U.S. Government Printing Office.

 

Political Glossary

The above address is for a political glossary

 

Federal and State Government

Google search limited to federal and state sites.

 

Federal, State and Local Government

Search Official Federal, State and Local Government and Court Links.

 

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