Perfect for instructors who want to use the Internet in their American government course, this is a web/text hybrid that uses the power of the Internet to instruct and engage today's students. The FlexChoice Edition consists of two components: a streamlined, spiral-bound text that lies flat so students can use with ease at a computer, and a robust website that contains a multitude of highly interactive, in-depth exercises, interactive maps and graphics, quizzes and surveys, videos, web links, and more. Icons in the text refer students to specific exercises and assets on the book's password-protected website that they can engage in to learn more about the topic being discussed in the text. The icons tie the text and website together so that they form one, powerful, cohesive system. Offering the best of O'Connor & Sabato's highly esteemed textbook and the best exercises and resources for American government on the Web, this FlexChoice Edition will get today's students engaged in the study of our political system.
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