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In This Guide
This guide is intended to steer you toward good research resources for justice topics. It is focused primarily on justice and jurisprudence as applied in United States law. Related guides listed on this page will also provide guidance on justice research.
Use the tabs at the top of this page or the following links to navigate to the guide's contents.
- Reference WorksFind encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, and other reference sources.
- Books & eBooksFind books and ebooks on Justice topics.
- Articles & MoreFind articles, reports, and other documents.
- Find StatisticsFind statistical resources for Justice topics.
- Citing SourcesFind resources to support proper citation.
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