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Information About: Declassified Documents Reference System
Subjects: Government Publications, United States, Bibliography
Description: The Declassified Documents Reference System
is an index to an archive of
selected, previously classified documents from presidential libraries, the CIA, the
F.B.I. and a host of other U.S. federal agencies.
The major domestic and international
events of post-World War II are covered with information on such events as the Cuban
Missile Crisis, the Kennedy assassinations, and the civil rights movement.
source documents include correspondence, memoranda, policy statements, intelligence
reports and technical studies.
This index is useful for researching topics in
political science, history, journalism and international studies.
from 1975 - 2003 are available full-text on microfiche in Hoskins Storage, Call Number
History & Classics
Political Science & Law
Access: - Hodges Library Reference Room CD-ROM Workstation