Perspectives on American Government: A Comprehensive Reader
D.C. Heath, 1996 - 625 páginas
The collection of readings available for American government classes [the book] offers students over 100 essays, documents, and excerpts that complement virtually any standard textbook. In addition to providing numerous important historical selections from The Federalist Papers and landmark court decisions, many other essays provide pro and con arguments on important political debates that will stimulate thinking and discussion in the classroom. Interesting examinations of some of the most current trends in American politics by some of the most insightful critics and scholars make this reader a valuable companion to learning about our governmental system.-Back cover.
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