CQ Encyclopedia of American Government (EAG) now offers a new look, updated content, and a number of new tools that make research easier:
- Encyclopedia entries from Constitution A to Z
- A redesigned home page, organized around EAG's five content categories: Presidency, Supreme Court, Congress, Elections, and Constitution.
- All documents in EAG have been updated by scholars and CQ Press editors, making them both trustworthy and current.
- Q & A, a great way to test and expand your knowledge of American government.
- An enhanced Advanced Search, allowing you to limit and refine a search by document type, topic, or event date and to sort search results by relevancy and title.
- Favorite Documents and Saved Searches, tools that enable you to save EAG documents and searches for later reference.
- CiteNow!(TM), a time-saving tool that, with a single mouse click, produces a citation for any EAG document in your choice of APA, Bluebook, Chicago, or MLA style.
One thing this update hasn't changed: EAG continues to offer answers to the full range of questions that you may have about the institutions of U.S. government. With information on every aspect and era of American government, from John Quincy Adams to Zoning, EAG is your foundational resource on American democracy.