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About this Guide

Frontespiece to Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes, available from Univeristy of Syndney's Libraries Special Collections online exhibit: Origins of Modernity. 

Welcome to the guide to doing research in Political Science.  This guide was created primarily for the classes at UW Tacoma. It will help you:

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