Often ignored in bibliographies and indexes, U.S. government documents provide a rich resource for understanding the status of American women. Huls' two-volume bibliography provides easy subject access to some 7,000 documents on social and employment issues, spanning nearly two centuries. Annotated entries covering published reports of Congress, agencies, councils, and commissions are arranged chronologically within topical chapters. Volume II: Labor covers issues related to women in paid employment, including protective labor legislation, affirmative action, federal employment and training programs, vocational counseling, and day care. It lists over 3,000 documents. Each volume includes a detailed subject index.