As you'll remember from civics, the US government is divided into three branches that have different, interlocking responsibilities in running the country.
When looking for government information, it can be useful to remember this division of labor. Government information produced by these governmental actions stem from the appropriate branch:
The Executive box focuses on materials about the presidency. You will find other executive agency materials under specific subjects on this guide or via govinfo.gov on the Major Resources box.
The Legislature makes laws for the country. This box lists a few key resources for research. See the related Blume Library guides for more detailed information and links.
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