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CHI: "The Politics featured topic brings together and provides an access point to a sampling of resources from CTDA contributor organizations that pertain to politics in Connecticut’s distant and more recent past. It includes links to documents, broadsides, photographs, newspapers, government records and other artifacts from the early nineteenth- to the twenty-first century, organized into format- and topic-based sub-collections. The digital primary sources curated for this topic document political campaigns and activities, parties and interest groups, candidates and elections as well as ways in which public policy establishes a framework for citizens’ participation in government. The Politics featured topic is one twenty-four curated sets created through the Connecticut Collections Alliance project funded by Connecticut Humanities, which seeks to make resources in Connecticut cultural heritage organizations more accessible, discoverable and usable for a wide range of audiences. To find more resources on politics in Connecticut and any related topics, use the topic headings within records to extend your searches--terms such as “election*,” “voting,” “politics and government,” “political campaigns,” (enclosing phrases in quotes, and using an * to allow for singular, plural or other forms), other keywords such as “campaign financing,” and the names of specific political parties."