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CJL 2062 Bradford TCPSTC: Home

Helpful eBooks

To view eBooks - click on the link below. You should be directed to log in through Okta (if you are not already signed in). Then click the ePub Full Text link on the left side of the item record page to open the eBook. You can then browse the Table of Contents to find the chapter discussing the amendment you are interested in. 

Screenshot of item record of where to click the word ePub

This background research is a terrific way of understanding your topic better and will help you to identify potential keywords for researching and locating your scholarly sources for your annotated bibliography and will also provide you with ideas for crafting an excellent thesis statement. 

Federal and State Constitutions and Amendments

Suggested Databases

Check out a starting search for books about the Constitution, or by browsing one of the library databases for more information on constitutional amendments below. 

Database Login for Students

To log in to the databases, you will use the same Rivermail e-mail address and password you set up to log into MyPioneerPortal. First-time users of MyPioneerPortal can create their password by following the instructions you receive in your activation email. To reset your password, select "Need help signing in." The librarians cannot reset MyPioneerPortal passwords, if you need additional assistance visit the tutorial on MyPioneerPortal. 

MyPioneerPortal Login