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Primary sources are original records or objects create by participants at the time of historical events. Below are a handful of primary sources of interest which may help contextualize the political issues in America. For further assistance locating primary sources for your work please email me at email@example.com.
While this course is introductory in nature and may not require in-depth research, these journals can provide an interesting perspective into contemporary political issues.
If you find any articles, books, or book chapters you would like to read but cannot access through the Pepperdine Libraries you can make a request for our staff to ask other libraries to send it to us. To request something, either locate it in the library catalog, open the individual library record, and click the request button. This will fill out the request form and all you need to do is update your information. You can also fill out the form manually following this link: https://pepperdine.account.worldcat.org/account/requests/
You can learn more about interlibrary loan through this guide here: https://infoguides.pepperdine.edu/interlibraryloan