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Using examples and stories straight from students’ themselves, AM GOV helps students develop a deep understanding of their role in the American democracy. AM GOV engages students in the American government course with a unique adaptive learning experience that brings the concepts to life and highlights the importance of informed citizenry.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Citizenship in Our Changing Democracy Chapter 2: The Constitution:The Foundation ofCitizens’ Rights Chapter 3: Federalism: Citizenshipand the Dispersal ofPower Chapter 4: Civil Liberties: ExpandingCitizens’ Rights Chapter 5: Civil Rights: Toward aMore Equal Citizenry Chapter 6: Public Opinion Chapter 7: Political Participation:Equal Opportunities andUnequal Voices Chapter 8: Interest Groups inAmerica Chapter 9: Parties and PoliticalCampaigns: Citizensand the ElectoralProcess Chapter 10: Media Chapter 11: Congress: Doing thePeople’s Business Chapter 12: The Presidency: Powerand Paradox Chapter 13: Bureaucracy: Citizensas Owners andConsumers Chapter 14: The Courts: JudicialPower in a DemocraticSetting Chapter 15: Public Policy:Responding toCitizens Chapter 16: Foreign and DefensePolicy: ProtectingAmerican Interests inthe World