Following are a collection of online reference sources which we believe signifacantly enhance the usefulness of the Freedom Digital Library, in somewhat the same way a dog enhances its tail.
Bartleby.com: "The preeminent Internet publisher of literature, reference and verse providing students, researchers and the intellectually curious with unlimited access to books and information on the web, free of charge."
Libertarian Microfiche Publishing "...has been active since 1978, reproducing the mostly out of print back-issues of the at first merely duplicated and later offset PEACE PLANS series which began in 1964 and, by 1977, had reached only 21 paper issues. It was continued, from 1978 onwards, exclusively on microfiche. Since then PEACE PLANS has been expanded to 1545 issues, mostly with many more pages (over 300 average) than was previously possible, offering a total of close to 500,000 pages."
The Open Directory Project "is the largest, most comprehensive human-edited directory of the Web. It is constructed and maintained by a vast, global community of volunteer editors."
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
"Welcome to Wikipedia! We are building an open-content encyclopedia in many languages. In the English version, started in January 2001, we are now working on 294454 articles. Learn how to edit pages, experiment in the sandbox, and visit our Community Portal to find out how you can participate in the development of Wikipedia."