Fortunately, one of my colleagues had taught this class five years ago and had a handout with a list of resources to get me started. Database subscriptions change over time at academic institutions, and ours is not exception. The part that worried me the most was finding declassified government documents. In a casual encounter with the instructor last week, she indicated that Georgetown University had made resources available for researchers to find declassified documents. When I looked at their site, I found that they do have databases for searching these documents; however, they required a login and password. Again, a colleague of mine who is the government documents librarians really helped quite a bit in pointing me in the right direction. Her efforts helped me improve upon the resources my first colleague shared with me, and the results can be found on this Declassified Documents page.
To see all my resources for this class, go to the Spanish 3381 site I created. Here is the Tiny URL for the site: http://tinyurl.com/4sh9ywd.
Si quieres encontrar documentos desclasificados, utilice al siguiente sitio: Declassified Documents. Claro, la mayoria de los documentos que se encuentran en los sitios del gobierno de los Estados Unidos de America son en ingles. Si necesitas una traduccion de la pagina <<Declassified Documents>> dimelo. Tratare' de ayudarte.