American Government: Readings and Cases
Pearson Longman, May 1, 2003 - Political Science - 470 pages
With an even stronger focus on the major cases and readings that define our thinking about American government and politics, the Fifteenth Edition puts students directly in touch with the great authors and political leaders who have shaped-and are shaping-American government. As it has since its first edition, this reader provides a strong, balanced blend of classics that illustrate and amplify important concepts in American government, along with extremely current readings and cases drawn from today's literature.
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