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HSS4-B Radicals and Liberals in Political Economy

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Brill Online Books and Journals

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Business Collection

Nearly 4,000 leading business, trade, and news publications covering accounting, economics, finance, marketing, management & strategy, and business theory & practice.  This content was previously divided into multiple databases: PROMT, European Business ASAP, Business Index ASAP, Business & Company ASAP, General Business File, and Business International & Company Profiles. 

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Economist Historical Archive (1843–2012)

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Ethnic NewsWatch

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Financial Times Historical Archive (1888–2010)

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A searchable, digitized archive -- from the first date of publication to the last three to five years -- of major scholarly journals in many academic fields.

Oxford Handbooks Online 

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Project Muse

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ProQuest Research Library

Provides articles from periodicals covering arts, business, children, education, health, humanities, law, multicultural studies, sciences, social sciences, and general interest. Full text is available for nearly two-thirds of its titles.

Sage Knowledge 

The full text and full catalog of Sage Publishing's social science ebook platform. 

University Press Scholarship Online 

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Very Short Introductions 

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