American Government: Continuity and Change
Pearson Education, Limited, Mar 13, 2007 - Political Science - 496 pages
A walkthrough of the full, annotated Constitution follows Chapter 2, and each chapter thereafter examines a topic in light of the Constitution. Students must first know how our American government developed to fully understand the issues facing the nation in the 21st century. The Living Constitution and Politics Now features support this philosophy. A Brief Guide in the front of the book helps students read and understand tables, charts and graphs, maps, news photographs, and political cartoons. This is the Sudy Guide to: American Government Continuity and Change. 9th ed.
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