The short name or nickname of an act of an amendment may not be included in the current stututes found in the United States Code. Use the USC "Popular Names Tables" to find a current or historical act or amendment.
Online content of the Popular Names Tables may be found for free in:
Use a citation to the Statutes at Large, to find the original text of the act or amendment passed by Congress.
Example: 97 Stat. 749
Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS)
Books in the Country Studies series have comprehensive information about the historical background and the social, economic, political conditions of select countries throughout the world. From the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress, most were published from 1986 through 1998.
Each book chapter has a lengthy bibliography.
The books are available online and also shelved alphabetically in the Cornette Library under the SuDoc D 101.22:550-
Part of the Library of Congress, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) is the non-partisan policy research arm of the United States Congress. While CRS publications are rarely distributed to federal depository libraries, the library does have a commercially published set:
Accession number is 1985/86-7:0308. (Presents an annotated bibliography on Soviet policy toward and involvement in the Third World in general, and in selected world regions.)
Many recent CRS reports and memorandums are available online for free from a variety of sources, such as the Proposals for Intelligence Reorganization 1949-1996 and Cuba after Fidel Castro: Issues for U.S. Policy.