Abstract: Learn how Congress found its way to the Internet, how our elected representatives are using the Net, and how you can get connected and be heard.
Keywords: book review, internet, politics, Thomas, Library of Congress, United States, computer network, resources.
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Title: The Hill on the Net: Congress Enters the Information Age
Author: Chris Casey
Publisher: Academic Press
Date Published: April 1996
ISBN: 0121628701
LOCN: JK1108.C37 1996
Dewey: 328.73/00285/467 20
Pages: 266
Figures: 29
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Chapter 1: Why Wire Washington?

Chapter 2: The Beginning

Chapter 3: Electronic Mail

Chapter 4: Tools of the Trade

Chapter 5: The World Wide Web

Chapter 6: Tales from the Trenches

Chapter 7: Campaigns and Opposition

Chapter 8: What's Ahead?




Author:        Casey, Chris.
Title:         The Hill on the Net : Congress enters the
                  information age / Chris Casey ; [foreword by Jim Warren].
Published:     Boston : AP Professional, c1996.
Description:   xxii, 266 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
LC Call No.:   JK1108.C37 1996
Dewey No.:     328.73/00285/467 20
ISBN:          0121628701
Notes:         "Complete congressional directory included,
                  preview campaign '96 on the Net"--Cover.
               Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects:      United States. Congress -- Computer network
Control No.:   96003547 


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