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Highly rated, very interesting especially to the 35F intel types. Find – Find Articles has articles from about 500 periodicals with coverage back to 1998, and is completely free of charge.
Sources Yahoo, Bing, Wiki, Blekko, and Alltheweb Touch Graph – A brilliant clustering tool that shows you relationships in your search results using a damn spiffy visualization. Give it 2 minutes of your time to understand how it works and it will give back hours of saved research time.
The smart way to use it, is to let it help you find new sources to your search topic. An interesting data mining search engine that shows related words to your target.
Infomine – comprehensive virtual library and reference tool for academics. Library of Congress – – Phenomenal digitized archives, “American Memory” especially interesting. National Security Archive – Declassified papers and such.
But I’ve found it not too useful, better engines out there. In their words – “National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Books provide online access to critical declassified records on issues including U. national security, foreign policy, diplomatic and military history, intelligence policy, and more.
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