Government in America: People, Politics and Policy, Brief Study Edition, Election Update
Pearson Education, Limited, 2004 - Political Science - 848 pages
The brief Study Edition of this highly lauded text with a public policy approach and politics matters theme has been updated to include important current topics such as the 2004 election and American foreign policy in the Middle East. The brief Study Edition includes a booklet of test questions for each chapter bound in at the end of the book. Framing its content within a politics matters theme, the authors of Government in America illustrate the impact government has on the daily lives of each and every American, motivating students to become active participants in all aspects of political culture. In this latest update, all material has been completely updated throughout the text.
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