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The Washington Post

The Washington Post Company is a diversified media organization whose principal operations include newspaper and magazine publishing, broadcasting and cable television systems. The Washington Post Company includes The Washington Post newspaper, Newsweek magazine, and Digital Ink among its holdings. Published since 1933, Newsweek offers comprehensive coverage of world events. Digital Ink, the electronic publishing subsidiary of The Post formed in 1993, creates and manages electronic information services, including the Web site washingtonpost.com. There are six Post-Newsweek stations located in major markets nationwide.

National Journal

National Journal Inc.
1501 M. St., NW, #300
Washington, D.C. 20005
Phone: 202-739-8400 Fax: 202-833-8069
E-Mail: nj@njdc.com

National Journal Inc. is the leading publisher of magazines, newsletters, books and directories on politics and government. Based in Washington, D.C., the company publishes National Journal, the weekly on government and politics; Congress Daily and CongressDaily/A.M., daily newsletters covering the latest news from Capitol Hill; Government Executive, the monthly business magazine for senior federal executives; The Almanac of American Politics, the "bible" of American Politics; The Capital Source, a directory of the 7,000 most important people in Washington; the Federal Internet Source, a directory of government and political internet sites; and National Journal Convention Daily, daily newspapers published every four years at the national political conventions. National Journal is owner of the American Political Network, Inc., publisher of four daily electronic news briefings: The Hotline, Greenwire, The Abortion Report and American Health Line. National Journal is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Los Angeles-based Times Mirror Co.

ABC News

ABC News is a division of Capital Cities/ABC Inc. Capital Cities/ABC Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Walt Disney Company, one of the premier media corporations in the world. Capital Cities/ABC Inc. is a broad-based communications company with significant holdings in the U.S. and abroad. It operates the ABC Television Network, 10 television stations, eight radio networks, 21 radio stations and is a major supplier of cable television programming through its interests in ESPN, Lifetime and A&E Television Networks. The company also publishes seven daily newspapers, weekly papers, specialized trade and business periodicals and books.

Houghton Mifflin Company

Houghton Mifflin Company
222 Berkeley Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02116-3764
(617) 351-5000

Among college publishers, Houghton Mifflin Company is a strong leader. With the recent integration of D.C. Heath, our political science list has expanded significantly. From local government to global and comparative politics, Houghton Mifflin provides course materials for the range of political science curriculums. One of the few remaining independent publishing companies, Houghton Mifflin is committed to providing you with quality education material.

Houghton Mifflin is a leading publisher of textbooks, instructional technology, assessments, and other educational materials for the elementary and secondary school and college markets, as well as an extensive line of reference publications, fiction and non-fiction for adults and young readers, and multimedia entertainment products. The Company's internet site can be found at http://www.hmco.com.