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Written with the belief that students must first understand how American government has evolved to fully understand our nation and the issues facing it today, the 2006 Election Update of American Government: Continuity and Change continues to offer students a rich historical perspective complemented by complete coverage of the 2006 midterm elections and the most up-to-date scholarship available in any text for the American government course.
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|1||The Political Landscape||2|
|10||Public Opinion and the News Media||270|
|11||Political Parties and Interest Groups||306|
|12||Campaigns, Voting, and Elections||340|
|I||The Declaration of Independence||391|
|II||The Constitution of the United States of America||394|
|III||The Federalist No. 10||407|
|IV||The Federalist No. 51||413|
|V||Presidents, Congresses, and Chief Justices: 1789-1997||417|