Political Science

The Law Library collects actively in the area of political science.  See Philosophy and Ethics (above) for our policies with regard to political theory.  We acquire scholarly and other useful books of significance relating to the Constitution, the judiciary, legislation, and regulation, as well as some significant books relating to Congress and the Presidency.  Specific policy issues on which we collect books include:   Animal rights Biotechnology policy Censorship Children’s rights Civil liberties Civil rights Disabilities rights Drug policy Environmental policy Feminism and women’s rights Financial crises Foreign relations of United States (constitutional issues) Homosexuality (political or philosophical issues) Immigration Information policy and e-government Journalism (free speech or other law-related issues) Labor relations Native American rights Nonprofit organizations Pensions Social security Taxation, federal budget, public finance Welfare state   We also collect materials that cover the developing structure of the EU government.