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CQ weekly
Bib ID 1903810
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Description Washington, D.C. : Congressional Quarterly, Inc., c1998- 
v. : ill. ; 28 cm. 
ISSN 0010-5910  1521-5997 
Notes

Title from cover.

Online access to current issue and back issue archives through "CQ Library" restricted to subscribers.

Includes a bound in quarterly supplement: CQ outlook.

Cited In

NEXIS Apr. 18, 1998-

Social sciences index

Public Affairs Information Service bulletin

Women studies abstracts

Life Dates Vol. 56, no. 16 (Apr. 18, 1998)- 
Has Supplement

CQ outlook.

Former Title

Congressional quarterly weekly report 0010-5910

Issued With

CQ outlook

Frequency Weekly, except last Saturday in Aug. and Dec. 
Subjects United States - Politics and government - 1993- - Periodicals.  |  Etats-Unis - Politique et gouvernement - Periodiques.
Form/genre Computer network resources.  |  Electronic journals.
Other authors/contributors Congressional Quarterly, inc
Also Titled

Congressional quarterly weekly

CQ library.

CQ library.

Available From Congressional Quarterly Inc., 1414 Twenty-Second St., NW, Washington, D.C. 20037 

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