Approaching Democracy / Edition 3by Larry Berman, Bruce Murphy
Pub. Date: 12/29/2000
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
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Table of Contents
I. FOUNDATIONS OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY.
2. The Founding and the Constitution.
II. INSTITUTIONS OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY.
5. The Presidency.
6. The Judiciary.
7. The Bureaucracy.
III. PROCESSES OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY.
9. Political Parties.
10. Participation, Voting, and Elections.
11. Interest Groups.
12. The Media.
IV. LIBERTIES AND RIGHTS IN AMERICAN DEMOCRACY.
14. Civil Rights and Political Equality.
V. POLICY MAKING IN AMERICAN DEMOCRACY.
16. Economic Policy.
17. Foreign Policy.
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