Readings In American National Government

Author by : Banks Miller
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Selected Readings In American National Government

Author by : Jung-Gun Kim
Languange : en
Publisher by : McCutchan Publishing Corporation
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Readings On American Federal Government

Author by : Paul Samuel Reinsch
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Readings In American National Government

Author by : H. Malcolm MacDonald
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Princeton Readings In American Politics

Author by : Richard M. Valelly
Languange : en
Publisher by : Princeton University Press
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Description : Princeton Readings in American Politics offers an exciting and challenging new way to learn about American politics. It brings together political science that has stood the test of time and recent cutting-edge analyses to acquaint undergraduate and graduate students with the substantive, conceptual, and methodological foundations they need to make sense of American politics today. Princeton Readings in American Politics features writings by such eminent scholars as Larry M. Bartels, Robert Dahl, Martha Derthick, Howard Gillman, Jacob Hacker, Kay L. Schlozman, Deborah Stone, Marta Tienda, and Kent Weaver, among others. The book is organized in sections that cover the major American political institutions--the presidency, Congress, the courts--as well as core topics such as political parties, macroeconomic management, voting and elections, policymaking, public opinion, and federalism. Richard Valelly provides an insightful general introduction to political science as a vibrant form of inquiry, as well as a succinct, informative introduction to each reading. Rigorous yet accessible, Princeton Readings in American Politics can serve as a primary textbook or as a supplement to standard introductory texts. Offers an exciting new way to learn about American politics Features accessible scholarship by leading political scientists Covers all the major topics Serves as a primary textbook or supplementary reader for undergraduate and graduate students


Readings In American State And Local Government

Author by : Banks Miller
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Readings In American Indian Law

Author by : Jo Carrillo
Languange : en
Publisher by : Temple University Press
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Description : This collection of works many by Native American scholars introduces selected topics in federal Indian law. Readings in American Indian Law covers contemporary issues of identity and tribal recognition; reparations for historic harms; the valuation of land in land claims; the return to tribal owners of human remains, sacred items, and cultural property; tribal governance and issues of gender, democracy informed by cultural awareness, and religious freedom. Courses in federal Indian law are often aimed at understanding rules, not cultural conflicts. This book expands doctrinal discussions into understandings of culture, strategy, history, identity, and hopes for the future. Contributions from law, history, anthropology, ethnohistory, biography, sociology, socio-legal studies, and fiction offer an array of alternative paradigms as strong antidotes to our usual conceptions of federal Indian law. Each selection reveals an aspect of how federal Indian law is made, interpreted, implemented, or experienced. Throughout, the book centers on the ever present and contentious issue of identity. At the point where identity and law intersect lies an important new way to contextualize the legal concerns of Native Americans. Author note: Jo Carrillo is Visiting Professor of Law at Stanford Law School, where she is on leave from the University of California, Hastings College of Law.


Contemporary Readings In American Government

Author by : Mark J. Rozell
Languange : en
Publisher by : Pearson College Div
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Description : KEY BENEFIT Very readable and interesting, this book provides analyses of contemporary U.S. government and politics issues. One or two substantial essays are devoted to each of the major political topics of the day. It is the ideal supplement to any standard American Government book. KEY TOPICS The presidency, political parties, the media, congress, the courts, foreign policy. MARKET For readers who are interested in an analysis of the major political issues of the day and how these issues affect their lives.


American National Government

Author by : United States Air Force Academy. Library
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Readings In American State Government

Author by : Lane W. Lancaster
Languange : en
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