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MATH 100: Mathematics of Democracy

For Professor Andrew Gainer-Dewar - Fall 2013

Find Articles and Books

Articles in journals and chapters from books are a great way to find out what historians and mathematicians have written about the topic of apportionment. Use the resources here to discover articles and books from the Carleton and St. Olaf collections.

Finding Books and Articles

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  • If you see results that are on or even close to your topic on the left side in the Books and More section, click the "See All Results" link near the top of the result list and you'll find many more options for refining your search.
  • Try phrases like:
    • apportionment AND "united states"
    • "representative government and representation"
    • "proportional representation" AND "united states"
  • Search using just a few important words at a time for best results.

Scholarly Journal Articles in JSTOR

Scholarly Articles and Books via Google Scholar

Google Scholar is a good place to search across academic disciplines for different kinds of publications, such as books, articles and some reports. Just go to scholar.google.com.

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