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American government

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        StatementW. W. Norton & Company
        PublishersW. W. Norton & Company
        LC Classifications2010
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        Paginationxvi, 112 p. :
        Number of Pages41
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        ISBN 10nodata

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The structure of the United States government is a perfect example that gives the people—rather than the "subjects"—the right to choose their leaders. There are additional non-voting delegates who represent the District of Columbia and the territories. Modularity rating: 5 Yes, the text works well in this regard. 62: Congress can amend the Constitution?

Overview of United States Government

Because the is in Washington, D. It does a chapter by chapter break down in the introduction however, there is no overall reference that aids in indicating topics and flow. I am especially excited about he design combining theory and practice and critical thinking.

Even though the publishing date is 2019, however, many of the charts, maps, graphs, pictures, and statistics in general are from 2015 or earlier. Cultural Relevance rating: 4 The book was very culturally sensitive but more could be added throughout each American government.

Contrast examples from Democratic administrations earlier in the book to the less optimistic coverage of foreign policy during the George W. Legislative—Makes laws Congress, comprised of the House of Representatives and Senate• However, after assigning the questions, I found that the 'full online' version has the review questions INTEGRATED into the text scattered in the chapter AND provides ANSWERS to them.