You Decide! 2007: Current Debates in American Politics
This best-selling, debate-style reader is edited and updated annually by John Rourke to examine the most important and provocative issues in American politics. The 2007 edition draws students into the key topics that have made headlines and affected our political system during 2006 and are likely to affect our daily lives in 2007. The topics featured in "You Decide!" have been selected for their currency, importance, and student interest, and the pieces arguing various sides of a given issue come from recent journals, congressional hearings, think tanks, and periodicals.
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