Because of copyright laws, most of the vast collection of books at The Library of Congress isn't available to Internet users. Their web site, however, does offer Internet users the opportunity to view the Library's historical collections such as the Founding Fathers, their own newsletter and brochures, as well as some special collections. You'll also find up-to-date information on current legislation. Large files can be downloaded to your computer for leisurely reading off-line. Their 'Explore the Internet' section offers tips on finding exactly what you're looking for elsewhere on the web. The Library of Congress also offers a bit of advice to people looking for information. They suggest you visit your local library first.
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