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Establishing Trust and Accountability: An Integrated Approach to Research on Militarism,” Fellowship Magazine, Spring 2011

Handbooks and Guides

FOIA GuideParticipatory Research Toolkit - The Data Center
Freedom of Information Act Guide
- National Security Archives
The Pentagon Labyrinth: Ten Short Essays to Get You Through It - Center for Defense Information (2011)
The Arms Trade Revealed
- Federation of American Scientists (1998 but still relevant)
Military Spending: Researching Impacts on Your Campus or Community - guide compiled by Western States Legal Foundation (2003, but most links still active)
Evaluating Web Pages: Techniques to Apply & Questions to Ask - University of California
Conducting Interviews - The Data Center


Sources of Information

A source list for researching militarism - Zoltan Grossman and John Lindsay-Poland (2011)
Internet Public Library - ask a librarian a reference question

Information assembled by Fellowship of Reconciliation: http://forusa.org

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