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What are the consequences if either side prevails? What happens if there is no resolution?
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Explore your topic using the resources below. See the Search Tips tab or check with a librarian for information about keywords and searching academic databases.
Academic Search Premier (EBSCOhost)
Search thousands of journals from many scholarly fields. Use keywords or subject terms for best results. Limit your search by date, publication type or full-text availability. If interlibrary loan is offered, make a request and the MCC Library staff will try to track it down.
Google Scholar is Google's scholarly search engine. It searches in many publisher's journals, academic websites and institutional repositories and is strongest in science, technology and medicine.
Note: Full text articles are not always free in Google Scholar. Under Google Scholar Settings, choose Library Links, search for the name of our college, then check the box. Now you'll see articles from MCC Library databases as Full text @ MCCNH in your results.
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