English 110 - Barber - Reinstatement of Military Draft

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About this Resource

Students will find print and electronic resources on the topic Reinstatement of the Military Draft. The information contained in this resource are the recommended sources for students to conduct research.

  • Class: English 110
  • Instructor(s): Celeste Barber
  • Debate Topic: Reinstate the Draft

Keywords

conscription

military draft

selective service system

Charles B. Rangel,

Reference Sources - Print

Reference Books are a good place to begin your research. You can take notes or pages can be photocopied at ten cents a page. Examples of reference books related to this debate topic are listed below. These resources are available in the Luria Library Reference section.

  • Congress and the Nation R 320.973 C749 1945-current
  • “Conscription.” Encyclopedia Americana. R 031 E56 2005 v. 7
  • “Conscription and Recruitment.” Dictionary of American History. R 973.03 A194d v.2

Reference Sources - Electronic

These resources are available online and may require your Pipeline account information.

Books

Search the library catalog for Draft United States

Articles

Journal and magazine articles usually provide the most current information on a topic. Journal articles are more scholarly while magazine articles tend to be shorter and more general. Newspaper articles are the most current of the three periodical sources and another good source of information.

To find articles on your topic, use one of the online databases listed below. These databases usually provide full-text articles. Search in these databases by using subject headings, keywords and names of companies or individuals.

To access databases from off campus you will need to log-in with your pipeline account number and password.

Internet

The Internet can be a valuable source for supplementing the information you have gathered from books and periodicals. It is important that you evaluate the information you get from the Internet to determine if it is credible, documented and useful to your research.

The internet sites included here have been reviewed by the librarians and/or your instructor.

Two useful sites for evaluating information found on the Internet are listed below.

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