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Use these databases to browse for controversial policy issues and topics, and to explore the various facets and viewpoints of those topics.
We have many ebooks on public policy issues. Try searching IUCAT, our catalog, to find books.
Try the following searches, depending on your interests. Or search another subject by putting it into the search box on IUCAT.
|Public health||Health care reform||Government spending policy||Public-private sector cooperation|
|Medical policy||Debts, Public||Fiscal policy||Small business|
|Administrative agencies||Health Policy||Government purchasing||Budget|
|Education and state||Health insurance||Medical care||Expenditures, Public|
|Public lands||Public welfare|
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Always cite your sources.
Different disciplines use certain citation styles. Use these Quick Style Guides, the full citation manuals, or ask library staff for citation assistance.
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