The encyclopedia of American political history
Particularly helpful to anyone hoping to understand the evolution and intricacies of the modern American political process, The Encyclopedia of American Political History identifies the most significant personalities, trends, campaigns and elections, protests and rebellions, laws, statutes, and policies in American political history.Alphabetically organized for easy access to include: -- A complete chronology and an at-a-glance timeline of American political history, which helps establish a context for key figures, events, and concepts-- More than 240 signed, original articles by prominent scholars o American political history, organized alphabetically and cross-referenced by subject for easy access-- A glossary of frequently used abbreviations and their meanings as well as historical summaries of presidential election results for quick lookup-- Thorough historical coverage beginning with the late 1700s.-- Over 150 photographs, illustrations, maps, and tables to provide a rich visual presentation-- Detailed index for easy searching and reference plus bibliographic references with most articles.High school and beginning college students (most of them born in the mid-1980s) will find it invaluable in their struggle to understand the history of modern political events.
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