Maybe even more useful than the source lists are the original articles by Rick such as “Federal Administrative Law: A Brief Overview” and “Federal Legislative History Research: A Practitioner’s Guide to Compiling the Documents and Sifting for Legislative Intent.” These publications are invaluable to both the novice and the more experienced researcher who may not conduct legislative research on a regular basis. They keep researchers up to date on what can be found where -- either on free or commercial databases. Using the Source Book is still a way to save valuable research time.

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