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By the people - debating american government, brief edition.

Author: Rogan Kersh
Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : English



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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rogan Kersh
ISBN: 9780190298890 0190298898
OCLC Number: 1023306805
Description: 624 sidor ; 20.6 cm
Contents: About the AuthorsPrefaceAcknowledgementsPart I: Ideas and RightsChapter 1: Ideas that Shape American PoliticsChapter 2: The ConstitutionChapter 3: Federalism and NationalismChapter 4: Civil LibertiesChapter 5: The Struggle for Civil RightsPart II: Political BehaviorChapter 6: Public Opinion and Political ParticipationChapter 7: Media, Technology, and GovernmentChapter 8: Campaigns and Elections Chapter 9: Interest Groups and Political PartiesPart III: Political InstitutionsChapter 10: CongressChapter 11: The PresidencyChapter 12: BureaucracyChapter 13: The Judicial BranchPart IV: PolicymakingChapter 14: Domestic and Foreign PolicyAppendix IThe Declaration of Independence A-1Appendix IIThe Constitution the United States of America A-4Appendix IIIThe Federalist Papers nos. 1, 10, and 51 A-25Appendix IVPresidential Elections, Congressional Control, 1789-2016 A-35Glossary G-1Notes N-1Credits C-1Index I-1


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