The Essentials of American Government 2006: Continuity and Change
The brief edition of the number one book in American government continues to provide the most current and engaging introduction available for the course. Like the comprehensive edition, this nuts-and-bolts version was written with the belief that knowledge of the development of American government is integral to fully understand our current political system. "Essentials of American Government: Continuity and Change" is a student-friendly text offering a strong historical perspective that highlights the evolution of government and engages students with examples relevant to their lives today.
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PARTI FOUNDATIONS OF GOVERNMENT
Hobbes Locke and a Social Contract
Current Attitudes Toward American
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