American Government: Continuity and Change
Since its first edition, American Government has diligently reflected the rapid changes in American politics, and has always aimed to present information about politics that will actively engage students and provide them with the information they need to make informed decisions about their government, politics, and politicians. Readers will see how every generation evaluates our government and makes it ever more responsive to the needs of the people while maintaining the vision of the Founders.
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Characteristics of American Democracy
PART ONE FOUNDATIONS OF GOVERNMENT 1 The Political Landscape 2
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