9780073378947

Government Matters: American Democracy in Context

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    9780073378947

  • ISBN10:

    0073378941

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 12/12/2012
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

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Summary

Make American Government matter while increasing student performance, student engagement, and critical analysis skills with Government Matters,1e,now available with GinA, an educational game in which students learn American Government by doing, as well as McGraw-Hill's LearnSmart, an adaptive questioning tool proven to increase content comprehension and improve student results. Try our Politics in Practicewhich uses real-life scenarios to develop students' critical thinking skills through activities and a written argument. Unique to Government Matters, the narrative tells the story of the making and developing of our distinctly American Democracy.It not only inspires students to ask "Why are we the way we are?" but also gives them the knowledge and context they need to answer for themselves, "Why does it matter?" Government Matters'unique approach to the material and market-leading digital tools make this an ideal solution to course goals.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Foundations of American Democracy

1. Democracy and American Politics

2. The Founding and the Constitution

3. Federalism

Part 2: Civil Liberties and Civil Rights

4. Civil Liberties

5. Civil Rights

Part 3: People and Politics

6. Public Opinion and Political Socialization

7. Political Parties

8. Nominations and Elections

9. Participation, Voting Behavior, and Campaigns

10. Interest Groups

11. Media and Politics

Part 4: Institutions of American Democracy

12. Congress

13. The Presidency

14. The Bureaucracy

15. The Judiciary

Part 5: Public Policy

16. The Economy and the National Budget

17. Domestic Policy

18. Foreign and National Security Policy

Appendices

A. The Declaration of Independence

B. The Constitution of the United States of America

C. Federalist no. 10 (James Madison)

D. Federalist no. 51 (James Madison)

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