This valuable content is perfect for serious researchers of political science, history, social sciences, law, and more. Since the United States Congress studies everything, this comprehensive collection is an effective source for general research in many academic disciplines, in addition to research related to specific legislative proposals and laws. Offered in separately available modules organized by time to provide libraries with purchasing flexibility.
Users can quickly find the most relevant content by searching metadata or full text. Controlled vocabulary searching provides targeted search results across time.
Read the original testimony with supporting correspondence, articles, and memos. Essential to an understanding of U.S. political and social history, as well as current events.
Discover aspects of the legislative intent behind our laws as members of Congress discuss proposed legislation during this important stage of the legislative process.
Find out which organizations testify during authorization and reauthorization of federally funded programs.
Compare the latest hearings with historic hearings from the past.
Retrospective hearings modules include access to transcripts of both published and unpublished hearings.
Search ProQuest Congressional Hearings Digital Collection seamlessly in conjunction with separately purchased congressional and executive branch content to gain perspectives on all aspects of the legislative process and the implementation of enacted legislation.
Hearings are often targeted for library weeding projects because they take up so much room in the stacks. Online digital access through fully searchable PDFs ensures these critical materials are always available to all researchers.