American Government in Action: Principle, Process, Politics
This book utilizes a unique framework — principle, process, politics — to help readers understand the American political system. In addition, the book encourages readers to become active citizens by providing examples and information to show them how. It features questions that explore why some controversies remain unresolved and challenge readers to arrive at their own conclusions about important issues in American politics; provides marginal definitions for quick reference to important terms.
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From Principles to Process to Politics 21 HOW can we Make Sense
The U S Constitution 32 The constitutional convention
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