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|Center for Democracy and Technology|
Promotes democratic values and constitutional liberties such as free expression and privacy across the Internet and other new communications media. Includes sections on various issues and technologies.
|Citizen Access Project|
Based on the Freedom of Information Act, provides information and resources on federal and state laws regarding government meetings, communications, and public records.
|End of Slavery, The: The Creation of the 13th Amendment|
Contains editorials, feature stories, news items, illustrations, cartoons from Harper's Weekly. Features a timeline (1787-1865), commentary, biographies, glossary and list of sources.
|Free Market News Network|
An independent voice in news media offering a variety of world news, commentary, and editorials from a free market perspective.
|People for the American Way|
Advocates protection of democratic values and defense of constitutional rights and freedoms from invasion by the radical right. Includes press releases, pending legislation reports, information on causes.
|Take Back Washington|
News about threats to the Constitutional rights of Americans and information about what you can do to protect those rights from congressional abuse.
|Brechner Center, The|
For Freedom of Information. Assists journalists, attorneys, and the public in media law research. Provides sample FOIA request letters, citizen's and access reference guides, publications, and news.
|Center for Individual Freedom Foundation|
Organization upholding legal, legislative, and educational rights. Includes information about causes.
Organized to inform and encourage development of an open and free US and global media system. Offers programs in democratic governance, global communication, hyper-commercialism, independent media, media ownership, and people's Internet.
|Freedom of Information Center, The|
From the Missouri School of Journalism, includes a guide to public record access, a newsletter, news highlights, media law research resources, Freedom of Information Act Amendments 1996, and related links.
|Freedom of Information: IRE|
The FOI section for the Investigative Reporters and Editors group. Includes related resources and information such as latest investigations, story database, tip sheets, reporter contacts, and book recommendations.
|Liberty and Pride|
Information on American history and politics. Offers a database of contact information for members of the United States Senate and House of Representatives.
National Freedom of Information Coalition. To educate and support the First Amendment and public right to know. Offers free on-site workshops, conferences, and events. Networks members and individual state organizations.
Offers articles, essays, audio presentations, and books by L.Neil Smith, a Libertarian activist promoting American liberty based on the Bill of Rights.