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Subject: finding a article
Category: Relationships and Society > Politics
Asked by: 54740020-ga
List Price: $15.00
Posted: 10 Mar 2005 10:47 PST
Expires: 09 Apr 2005 11:47 PDT
Question ID: 491668
I have been tryin to locate a article, but have been having a very
difficult time doing it. it is the following: "Expanding united
nations peacekeeping poses risk for america, Andrew Cowin,
backgrounder, the heritage foundation, washington, D.C., No. 917 Oct.
13, 1992. I took a look on the heritage foundations website, and found
nothing. I couldn't find anything in my schools library
either( would you be able to locate it
on the internet for me?

Clarification of Question by 54740020-ga on 11 Mar 2005 06:10 PST

Request for Question Clarification by luciaphile-ga on 11 Mar 2005 10:15 PST
Hi 54740020-ga

I think I've found a way for you to access this, but you'd need to go
into one of your school's libraries to do it. Would this be an
acceptable answer for you?


Clarification of Question by 54740020-ga on 11 Mar 2005 14:06 PST
yes, that would be fine
Subject: Re: finding a article
Answered By: luciaphile-ga on 11 Mar 2005 18:40 PST
Hi 54740020-ga,

Thanks for your question.

This doesn't appear to be freely available on the Internet. However,
you can access it via the Lexis-Nexis database at Dalhousie's Killam
Memorial Library

Killam Memorial Library

Typing in Lexis into the link below indicates that while Dalhousie
subscribes to the database, you have to access it in the library's
reference area and you have to be a current student, faculty or staff
member with Dalhousie University.


Since you know the name of the publication: Heritage Foundation
Reports (which is tricky to determine from the citation), I would
search by publication type. Per the instructions linked below, go to
the main search box and click on "more sources." Using the drop-down
boxes, select alphabetical source list and find the h's.

For your terms, I'd just try "expanding united nations." 

Instructions on using Lexis-Nexis

Google search
"heritage foundation reports" database (found a link mentioning a
connection with Lexis Nexis 
Then searched your library's web site

I hope this answers your question. If you need further assistance,
please ask for clarification, and I'll do my best to assist you.

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