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"Keeping the Republic", now with a free supplement analyzing the midterm election outcome! 'Midterm Election Supplement' Coming in December, this valuable supplement provides an insider's guide to the implications of 2010 midterm elections. When placing your order, be sure to use the ISBN on this page to ensure that your students receive the supplement...
"Keeping the Republic", now with a free supplement analyzing the midterm election outcome! 'Midterm Election Supplement' Coming in December, this valuable supplement provides an insider's guide to the implications of 2010 midterm elections. When placing your order, be sure to use the ISBN on this page to ensure that your students receive the supplement packaged free with their textbook. "Keeping the Republic, 4th Edition": The 2008 election will go down in the history books for a number of reasons, including the first African American at the top of a national party ticket, the longest nomination fight in recent memory, and a viable female candidate for president for the first time ever, but one of its most striking hallmarks is the early and enthusiastic involvement of young voters. While the passion they bring is encouraging, the key to their lasting impact will be the extent to which they really understand the functioning of the American political system, leading to a deeper and more abiding engagement. By using the themes of power and citizenship, Barbour and Wright encourage students to analyze 'who gets what and how' and evaluate how well the political system is working. In order to 'keep the republic' students need to shoulder responsibilities as well as exercise their rights. In order to see where politics intersects their own roles as citizens, they need to absorb the ideas and theories that animate the study of political science and think critically about them. And in order to keep students reading, the prose needs to be clear, friendly, and relevant. The key to this new fourth edition is thorough updating - including the 2008 elections - and the integration of subtle enhancements every class-tested, well-reviewed, and well developed book should offer. In addition to examining recent events and scholarship, more than half the photos are new, the figures and tables reflect current data, and new vignettes open a majority of chapters. "California Politics: A Primer": Giving students the right level of detail, yet underscoring the essentials for understanding how the state's political system works, author Renee Van Vechten delivers on the basics. Concise chapters offer up nuts-and-bolts information while showing how a unique set of rules and a rich political history are key to getting a handle on the Golden state. Photos, cartoons, maps, tables, and figures help to make this supplement a go-to resource.
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