The Challenge of Politics: An Introduction to Political Science
This work emphasizes the ethical, empirical, and prudential concerns of politics in a way that links chapters and effectively jump-starts student awareness. It aims to get students to question their assumptions and explore the impact of politics on citizens' daily lives.
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Games Politicians Play
The Politics of the NationState
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