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CSA Acquires ABC POL SCI and ARTbibliographies Modern

Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA) has acquired the ABC POL SCI and ARTbibliographies Modern databases from ABC-CLIO. CSA will continue to publish the products in print and make them available through the CSA Internet Database Service (IDS; http://www.csa.com). Starting with the 2001 volume, the print version of ABC POL SCI will be retitled CSA Political Science & Government: A Guide to Periodical Literature.

This fall has been a particularly active time for CSA, with the previously announced acquisition of the Aerospace Database and Political Science Abstracts, and the launch of e-psyche. "We are working hard to expand the database selection available on IDS," said Matt Dunie, president of CSA. "ABC POL SCI is a great addition to social science databases that we already provide, including Political Science Abstracts, CSA Sociological Abstracts, and CSA Social Services Abstracts. And ARTbibliographies Modern represents our first database in the humanities, an area in which we expect substantial growth. CSA has committed significant resources to improving both the range of topics and information-delivery mechanisms of our publishing program."

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