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In the widely adopted textbook, Struggle for Democracy, The (10th Edition) (Mypoliscilab), students are taught how to analyze and critique the American government in a holistic way. It not only offers solid information on democracy and American government, but also challenges students to use their critical thinking skills. Authors Edward S. Greenberg...
In the widely adopted textbook, Struggle for Democracy, The (10th Edition) (Mypoliscilab), students are taught how to analyze and critique the American government in a holistic way. It not only offers solid information on democracy and American government, but also challenges students to use their critical thinking skills. Authors Edward S. Greenberg and Benjamin I. Page updated this edition to include current events and economic trends. Struggle for Democracy, The (10th Edition) (Mypoliscilab) - ISBN 9780205771295 tackles political linkage, the constitution, federalism, the structural foundations of American government and politics, public opinion, the news media, and interest groups and business corporations. Greenberg and Page also discuss social movements, political parties, voting, campaigns, and elections, the congress, the presidency, the executive branch, and the courts. There is special emphasis on civil liberties, the struggle for freedom, civil rights, the current budget and economic policies, social safety nets, foreign policy, and national defense. The appendix section contains copies of the declaration of independence, the constitution of the United States, and the federalist papers. There are plenty of 'Test Yourself' questions offered at the end of each chapter; answers are at the end of the book. Already on its 10th edition, this best-selling reference features thoroughly updated information. Students who want to learn more about the United States government and democracy can find more information in the multimedia supplement. Lead author Edward Greenberg also wrote America's Democratic Republic, The American Political System: A Radical Approach, and Capitalism and the American Political Ideal, among many other references.
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