Thank you for using the USC Upstate Library's Political Science Guide. This guide is designed to provide an introduction to the resources that are available in our library in print and those available electronically. In addition, books from throughout the state of South Carolina can be quickly and easily requested and delivered to you in a matter of days. Please let us know if you have any suggestions for changes to this guide or for book or journal purchases that you believe would be beneficial for your research.
The following websites are considered to be reliable and trustworthy sources of information.
- Canadian Institute of International Affairs
This resource provides links to International information
- European Union Internet Resources
- Project Vote Smart
Project Vote Smart covers candidates and elected officials.
This includes profiles of past and present world rulers from all countries and territories, dating back to around 1700.
ThisNation.com claims to provide factual, unbiased information about government and politics in the United States of America
Congress.gov has replaced THOMAS, the Library of Congress legislative database. It provides full-text legislative information on the web beginning with the 104th Congress (1995/96). It includes congressional bills, public laws, roll call votes, the Congressional Record, committee reports and information on the legislative process.
- World Leaders