Government in America: people, politics, and policy
Longman Publishing Group, Oct 1, 2003 - Political Science - 720 pages
Edwards, George C. III; Wattenberg, Martin P.; Lineberry, Robert L., Government in America Brief, Study Edition, with L.P. com access card, 6th Edition*\ This Study Edition of Edwards' popular brief text is certain to improve readers understanding in American government. Contains an abundance of free quizzes to test your knowledge on American politics. Technology advantage free subscription to LongmanParticipate.com in every new copy of the book! LongmanParticipate.com is a revolutionary website that is sure to engage readers in the topic of American government. For those interested in American government.
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