Master Your Coursework with Collins College Outlines
The Collins College Outline for Introduion to American Government covers all the major events in the creation of both the government and legislation, from the origins of the United States and the Bill of Rights and the Constitution to the three branches of government to civil rights and modern-day public policy. This detailed outline is a must-have for any student of the American political system. Completely revised and updated by Dr. Larry Elowitz, Introduion to American Government includes a test yourself seion with answers and complete explanations at the end of each chapter. Also included are bibliographies for further reading, as well as numerous charts, timelines, and illustrations.
The Collins College Outlines are a completely revised, in-depth series of study guides for all areas of study, including the Humanities, Social Sciences, Mathematics, Science, Language, History, and Business. Featuring the most up-to-date information, each book is written by a seasoned professor in the field and focuses on a simplified and general overview of the subje for college students and, where appropriate, Advanced Placement students. Each Collins College Outline is fully integrated with the major curriculum for its subje and is a perfe supplement for any standard textbook.
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About the Author
Dr. Larry Elowitz is the Carl Vinson Professor of Political Science at Georgia College and State University located in Milledgeville, Georgia. Born in Elizabeth, NJ,. Dr. Elowitz received his B.Ed. and M.A. from the University of Miami (Fla.) and his Ph.D. in Political Science/International Relations from the University of Florida. He has taught the following courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels: Introduction to American Government, American Foreign Policy, International Problems, Terrorism, National Security Policy, the Presidency, and Environmental Politics. Dr. Elowitz was Visiting Professor of National Security Affairs at the United States Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, Alabama.