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American Political Internet Resources (text file)
Daniel Bell, The End of Ideology (Chap. 13 on "The Mood of Three Generations" and excerpt from the Conclusion) (Al Fireis, U. Penn)
Bruce Bimber (U. California, Santa Barbara), "The Internet and Political Transformation" (1996) 
Charlotte's WWWeb (Government Reform Resources) 
The Coin-Operated Congress (Mother Jones magazine's list of political action committee contributors to nearly 4,000 candidates for U.S. federal offices in the 1992 and 1994 elections)
The Council for Excellence in Government 
Dean's Voting Guide (non-partisan info and links covering U. S. politics) (Dean D. Paxton)
Gallup Poll 
Grand Old Page Directory of Political Sites (Berkeley Internet Connections)
Law and Politics Internet Guide (Randy Roberts)
Left, Right & Center ("one-stop site for diverse political commentary, humor, and news"; "designed in the spirit of bipartisanship") (Dave Varadian)
US Constitution (Legal Information Institute, Cornell U.)
The MoJo Wire--Interactive Exposés and Politics (online version of the Mother Jones magazine)
New Politics ("the non-partisan U.S. Political Participation Resource") (Lee Philip Stral)
Political Action Resources (Kim Software)
Political Resources, Inc.: The Political Superstore ("tools for [U.S.] candidate / corporate / issue campaigns"; includes links to political info and resources)
POLITICS (Politics listserv converted to hypertext)
Politics1 ("comprehensive links to Presidential, Gubernatorial, US Senate & Congressional candidates and political parties across the spectrum") (Ron Gunzburger)
TORE: Text Optimum Retrieval Engine/Federal Register (sophisticated search interface for the Federal Register; fuzzy, proximity, and other searches)
Vote Smart Web ("national non-profit, non-partisan voter information organization")

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