We the People: A Concise Introduction to American Politics
Providing an introduction to American politics, this work discusses the media and its relationship to the political process. It features coverage of AFDC, affirmative action, block grants, Bosnia, campaign-funding, devolution, exclusionary rule, federalism, food stamps, gay rights, and gender.
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THE PROCESS OF DECIDING UPON SOCIETYS GOALS
The Future of the American Dream
FEDERALISM IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
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