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The American Studies Journal is a peer-reviewed open-access journal that provides a forum for intellectual debate about all aspects of social, cultural, and political life in the United States of America. It aims to present new and challenging research in the humanities to both academic and non-academic audiences around the world.
The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) is the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education. FInd U.S. data sets about pre-kindergarten through college education.
Since 1972, the General Social Survey (GSS) has provided politicians, policymakers, and scholars with a clear and unbiased perspective on what Americans think and feel about such issues as national spending priorities, crime and punishment, intergroup relations, and confidence in institutions.
The collection includes proclamations, advertisements, blank forms, programs, election tickets, catalogs, clippings, timetables and menus. They capture the everyday activities of ordinary people who participated in the events of nation-building and experienced the growth of the nation from the American Revolution through the Industrial Revolution up to present day.
The Free Speech Movement (FSM) Digital Archives document the Free Speech Movement (University of California, Berkeley, September-December 1964), as well as its origins in political protest and civil rights movements.
Interactive maps showing the historical geography of dozens of social movements that have influenced American life and politics since the late 19th century, including radical movements, civil rights movements, labor movements, women's movements, and more. This information can help you contextualize sources in archival and digital collections.