America at Odds: An Introduction to American Government
Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, Jul 24, 2001 - Political Science - 501 pages
This new edition of a discussion of American government and politics incorporates coverage of the 2000 elections and the George W. Bush presidency. Sidlow and Henschen of Eastern Michigan U. present 18 chapters that cover America in the 21st century, the Constitution, federalism, civil liberties and
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