The Web of Democracy: An Introduction to American Politics
Cengage Learning, Jan 9, 2007 - Political Science - 448 pages
Make your American Government course more dynamic with this brief, basic, affordable text that combines the best of print and technology into an innovative, interactive teaching tool. This first truly interactive introduction to American Politics is a hybrid text-media product that involves and excites students with interactive and inclusive participation activities, simulations, weblinks, MicroCase exercises, readings, video, and an end-of-chapter study tool built right into the text itself! Technology eliminates students' passivity-the student is challenged to PARTICIPATE in the material and encouraged to PARTICIPATE in government and politics. All of the major topics in American Government are covered, including domestic and foreign policy. In addition, the chapters of this hybrid book/website have been designed to give you as much organizational flexibility as you need.
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