Great Databases for Pro-Con Articles
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Provides access to articles, topic overviews, government and organizational statistics, court cases, profiles, primary sources, and more.
Weekly newsletter of current and controversial issues with full text reports on both sides of an issue.
Provides analysis and explanations of opposing points of view for more than 800 hot topics. The articles include chronologies, illustration, maps, tables, bibliographies and more.
Search Lexis-Nexis to find newspaper articles, TV and radio transcripts, and some magazines. This database is know for its extensive collection of legal, news and business sources. Supreme Court decisions can often be applied to pro-con research as they relate to controversial issues in the news. All information is full-text.
ProQuest's National Newspapers Core includes coverage for major national news sources such as the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and Wall Street Journal. Use this simple and powerful resource to search for current and past news stories. These notable and well-known sources cover national and international events, politics, business, technology, and more.
Multidisciplinary database with access to over 900 journals.
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