The American political process
SAGE Publications, Incorporated, 1991 - Political Science - 224 pages
The second edition of The American Political Process examines the democratic character of government and politics in the United States. It explores the American political culture with its inherent tensions, examines the principal institutions and analyzes public policymaking using a case study of foreign policy formulation. This lucid account of the American political systems provides students with a broad understanding of the institutions of government, placed within the context of the United States political culture.
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