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Resources for finding materials related to political science, including American politics and government, comparative politics, international relations, and political theory.
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    Library of Congress (LC) Classifications in Political Science

    Books in our library are shelved by the Library of Congress (LC) classification system. You can browse the list below to get an idea of the subtopics within political science. Browsing the library shelves in these areas can be a great way to get ideas for writing papers or projects.

    Class J - Political Science

    • Subclass J - General legislative and executive papers
    • Subclass JA - Political science (General)
    • Subclass JC - Political theory. The state. Theories of the state.
    • Subclass JF - Political institutions and public administration - General
    • Subclass JJ - Political institutions and public administration - North America
    • Subclass JK - Political institutions and public administration - United States
    • Subclass JL - Political institutions and public administration - Canada, Latin America, etc.
    • Subclass JN - Political institutions and public administration - Europe
    • Subclass JQ - Political institutions and public administration - Asia, Africa, Australia, Pacific Area, etc.
    • Subclass JS - Local government. Municipal government
    • Subclass JV - Colonies and colonization, Emigration and Immigration. International migration
    • Subclass JX - International law (obsolete)
    • Subclass JZ - International relations
        

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