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This guide contains resources that will be helpful in locating information about financial literacy.
Last Updated: Sep 11, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Financial Crisis - Reference Databases

American Government
Access encyclopedia articles to understand various aspects of the financial crisis.

Opposing Viewpoints in Context
Access articles with differing viewpoints on all issues, especially good for the financial crisis.

U. S. History in Context
Access reference articles and periodical articles on the topic.  Contains access to pertinent video material from PBS Frontline series.

Global Issues in Context
Access articles on the financial crisis in the United States and for countries of the world.

CQ Electronic Library
Accesses two online journals:  CQ Researcher and CQ Global Researcher.  Includes the print reference set Historic Documents.


New York Times

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Gale: Custom Newspapers
Provides access to more than 1200 newspapers from around the world.


Lexis Nexis Scholastic
Premier source for major newspapers, international newspapers, broadcast transcripts in addition to legal resources such as law review articles.
Proquest Proquest Historical Newspapers:
The New York Times Archive

The complete archive of the New York Times from 1851 to 2008.

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