Twenty-seven years ago, the government publications listed below were published in the <em><a href="http://www.readex.com/readex/product.cfm?product=9">U.S. Congressional Serial Set</a></em>. They came from the 1st Session of the 98<sup>th</sup> Congress, 1983.
When I scan the titles of these publications, I have to wonder whether they really were published that long ago because the issues are just as relevant today, if not more.<em></em>
Here are a half dozen that strike me as particularly timely:
<p style="padding-left: 60px"><em>What changes are most needed in the procedures used in the United States justice system?</em> (Serial Set II Vol. No. 13497 98th Congress, 1st Session S.Doc. 5 945 p. 1983)</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px"><em>Should producers of hazardous waste be legally responsible for injuries caused by the waste?</em> (Serial Set II Vol. No. 13527 98th Congress, 1st Session H.Doc. 93 594 p. 1983)</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px"><em>Emergency mathematics and science education act.</em> (Serial Set II Vol. No. 13533 98th Congress, 1st Session H.Rpt. 6 121 p. February 17, 1983)</p>