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This course guide will help you find:
credible sources to develop your topic
reliable sources to support your paper thesis
tools to help you cite your research and writing, using MLA citation style
how to get support from CCAC librarians with your Eng101 research
Test Your Knowledge
A group of 765 people representing the states of the U.S., who formally cast votes for the election of the president and vice president: 0 votes (0%)
A group of 538 people representing the states of the U.S., who formally cast votes for the election of the president and vice president: 4 votes (100%)
Total Votes: 4
Sources providing historical context and overviews on the Electoral College and Popular Vote systems
Brennan Center for Justice
Overview article on the Electoral College system on the website of the Brennan Center for Justice, an independent, nonpartisan law and policy nonprofit organization
Library of Congress
Guide on the Library of Congress website on the Election Process with overviews on the Electoral Process and Popular Vote systems
Reference & Overview Databases
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Explore in-depth and objective articles exploring controversial issues and topics.
College In Context This link opens in a new window
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Opposing Viewpoints In Context This link opens in a new window
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Magazine ,Newspaper & Scholarly Journal Article Databases
Academic OneFile This link opens in a new window
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MasterFILE Premier This link opens in a new window
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