Democracy Under Pressure
This volume aims to convey a balanced, realistic sense of American political history and to describe the institutions of American government. It focuses on currency and on the gap between theory and reality in government and the political system. The authors introduce students to important theoretical concepts while clarifying issues with examples of government in action.
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