"Clam" (slang term for Scientologist)
fred.shapiro at YALE.EDU
Tue May 11 16:24:27 UTC 1999
On Mon, 10 May 1999, Barry A. Popik wrote:
> Does anyone know how to search the Congressional Record online? Why
> isn't the whole thing in a digital format? Isn't this the first thing the
> Library of Congress should have done? I'm looking through the 1950s ("Making
> a federal case of it" and others). Is that time period of the CR digital?
> If not, when can I expect it to be?
Lexis, Westlaw, and Thomas have the Congressional Record back to the
1980s. Library of Congress American Memory plans to digitize the CR's
predecessor, the Congressional Globe. I do not believe that any other
time periods of the CR are available online. For the future, I would bet
that Congressional Universe or American Memory will eventually have the
complete CR digitized, but I don't know how when this will happen.
Fred R. Shapiro Coeditor (with Jane Garry)
Associate Librarian for Public Services TRIAL AND ERROR: AN OXFORD
and Lecturer in Legal Research ANTHOLOGY OF LEGAL STORIES
Yale Law School Oxford University Press, 1998
e-mail: fred.shapiro at yale.edu ISBN 0-19-509547-2
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