Zotero Library

Zotero Library

This is a Zotero Library that I created. The library focuses on my Presidential Elections class. I’ve included the books for the course, my notes, journal articles related to key elections, plus a lot of materials related to my book review essay (such as other reviews, and the actual books I’ll be reviewing). Let me know if there are any cool Presidential Elections items I should add!


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About Zach Klitzman

A History Grad student at American University

One response to “Zotero Library”

  1. drdankerr says :

    Cool Presidential election items? I’m not sure what you are talking about. Seriously, nice work — you have demonstrated a good understanding of the tool.

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