Series and Collections
State and City Rankings titles from CQ Press analyze and compare states and cities across a number of categories. In the new editions the formula and methodology are discussed in a new narrative chapter allowing researchers to cite statistics with context.
CQ Press Institutional Guides
Trust CQ Press to bring you the most authoritative and comprehensive resources for facts, figures, and context on every aspect of American government.
This widely-acclaimed and highly-affordable series is ideal for school and public libraries. Easy-to-use encyclopedic entries offer students and citizens a quick path to understanding key topics about the U.S. government.
CQ Press Documentary History Series
Rich in primary resources, these titles bring political history and social issues to life. Each title delves deep into a focused topic, providing researchers with helpful contextual analysis to foster understanding of broad issues and themes.
CQ Press Information Directory Set
This thorough collection offers users the best one-stop sources for quickly and easily finding everything they need to know about the people and organizations operating inside the beltway. There is no better way to find the right person at the right organization.
CQ Press Landmark Events in U.S History Series
Engaging primary source materials with expert commentary and analysis offer readers in-depth perspective on momentous events in U.S. history.
CQ Press American Presidents Reference Series
The American Presidents Reference Series gathers a host of biographical, analytical, and primary source materials that examine each presidency and bring the president and his administration to life.
This series focus on the Court's role in American politics on a grander scale than traditional Supreme Court titles.
The TimesReference from CQ Press imprint, a collaboration of The New York Times' treasure trove of reporting and CQ Press' reference publishing expertise, focuses on topics in American government, U.S. history, elections, Congress, the presidency, the Supreme Court, journalism, international affairs, current events, and public opinion.
The Student’s Guide to the U.S. Government series focuses on key topics in U.S. government and history: elections, Congress, the
presidency, and the Supreme Court.