Government by the People
Prentice Hall, 1997 - Local government - 498 pages
Analyzes the political policies of the Clinton administration in the US, and considers voting and party activity, and Supreme Court decisions. This book reflects the concerns and experiences of minorities in relation to the American government, including political changes affecting minority groups.
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