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  1. Executive Branch - U.S. (Yahoo)
  2. Government Resources - USA (Mining Company - Longley)
      Provides information on agencies, current events, jobs and contracts. Includes a search engine. More suited to teachers than students.

  3. Government Services Administration
  4. National Archives and Records Administration
      Provides archives of the United States. 10-09

  1. Line of Succession (
      "This list is based on the 25th Amendment of the United States Constitution that was ratified in 1967." If the President of the United States dies, then the Vice President becomes President; if he or she dies, the Speaker of the House of Representatives becomes President; if he or she dies, the President Pro Tempore of the Senate becomes President. And so on. 09-09

  1. Initiatives of the Department of Education for 1997-8 (US Dept of Education)

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