This is quite handy for looking up discussion on legal topics with a U.S. perspective, especially if your library does not have U.S. materials in a certain area. Access is free and arranged alphabetically, or may come up in an Answers.com search. This is just one of several tools in the Answers.com arsenal of resources, the most famous of which is Wikipedia.
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June 22, 2007 at 7:30 am.