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Covering today's most important issues and controversial subjects, CQ Researcher has been the choice of students and librarians for 90 years. Each weekly issue—written by an experienced journalist—is an in-depth, single-topic report featuring more than 12,000 words of text and extensive bibliographies.

This Week's CQ Researcher
Wealth and Inequality
Does the gap between rich and poor threaten democracy?
 
The very richest now claim a share of the world's wealth not seen since the Gilded Age of the late 1800s and early 1900s. The world's top 1 percent owns about half of global wealth and the bottom half less than 5 percent, according to French economist Thomas Piketty. President Obama is calling for a variety of steps to help struggling middle-class and poor Americans climb the income ladder and to provide more government revenue for programs benefiting the poor....
CQ Researcher
CQ Researcher in Print
offers in-depth, non-biased coverage of today's most important issues.
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CQ Researcher Online
CQ Researcher Online
was voted a Best Reference Database two years in a row by Library Journal
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CQ Researcher Plus Archive
CQ Researcher Plus Archive
contains the complete set of Editorial Research Reports back to 1923.
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“There is nothing comparable that does this much all in one place AND is easy to use by all.” —Cheryl LaGuardia, Library Journal E-Views

"The scope of topics covered in CQ Researcher reports is seemingly limitless. Navigating through the plethora of data they offer is practically effortless, making the new Plus Archive a veritable treasure trove for novices and seasoned researchers alike … Highly recommended."— Choice

“Probably one of the most beloved research tools by academic librarians everywhere.” —Mirela Roncevic, No Shelf Required
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