Political Science (SparkNotes 101)by SparkNotes
Covers political economy, international politics, the U.S. Constitution, domestic and foreign policy, civil rights and civil liberties, interest groups, and other important concepts taught in introductory-level political science classes. The book also features key terms, sample test questions, lists of recommended reading and worthwhile websites, 10 A+ student essays, and a comprehensive glossary.
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If you're taking a Introduction to Political Science class and are having difficulty keeping up with the class text and having difficulty grasping the fundamentals of the ideas taught in class this is a great complimentary to that. Most classes in POS101 teaches materials closely related to the book, some more, some not so in depth about it. IF you study from this book aside to your class and book notes, you should do pretty well as the book is clearly and efficiently organized. The chapters are also further organized filled with great examples and the language is simple, precise, only gets to the point so that you can understand the basic concepts and move onto form your own opinions.
If you need a quick college level summary of what is being taught by Political Science professors nowadays, this book is for you.