American National Government,4E, is a solid, concise and comprehesive overview of the American political process and its institutions. Author Robert Ross emphasizes how government actually works to encourage readers' increased participation.
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Higher Education|
|Edition description:||4TH PKG|
Table of ContentsPart I: The Foundations of American GovernmentChapter 1: Politics, Participation, and Public Policy Chapter 2: The Politics of the Constitution Chapter 3: The Federal System Chapter 4: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Part II: The Structure of the American Government Chapter 5: Congress: Structure and Legislation Chapter 6: Congress: Individual Power and Actions Chapter 7: Presidency Chapter 8: Bureaucracy Chapter 9: Supreme Court Part III: The Process of the American Government Chapter 10: Political Parties Chapter 11: Electoral and Voting Systems Chapter 12: Interest Groups Chapter 13: Political Culture, Media, and Public Opinion Part IV: The Product of American Government: Public Policy Chapter 14: Public Policy Making Student Study Guide (by Donald Williams, Western New England College) Supreme Court Cases The Constitution of the United States The Federalist No. 51, James Madison, 1788 Glossary References Index