How to Track Politics on the Internet
March 2000
ISBN 1-56802-472-X
Paperback, 325 pages, list price $29.95

Will the Internet play a crucial role in the 2000 elections? The experts disagree. But they're unanimous on one point: because of the Internet, the American public can access more political information than ever before.

How to Track Politics on the Internet
is a guide to that information. It describes more than 600 of the best political Web sites, electronic mailing lists, and Usenet newsgroups.

The book does not pretend to be an exhaustive catalog of all political sites on the Internet. Instead, the author sifted through thousands of political sites to focus on the best sites – especially those that are good starting points for researching particular topics.

A few of the sites listed are specifically geared toward the 2000 elections. The vast majority are not, though, and will continue to provide useful information about political issues long after the ballots are counted in November 2000.

There are three ways to buy this book:

1. Call the publisher, Congressional Quarterly Books, toll-free at 1-800-638-1710 (call 202-822-1475 if you're in the Washington, D.C., area). Customer service representatives are available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, Monday through Friday.

2. Place an order online at an Internet bookstore such as Amazon.com.

3. Order it from your local bookstore.

 
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