American Government: Continuity and Change, 2004 Texas Edition, W/LP.com 2.0
Social Science History
About this book
The fourth biennial update of a textbook for an introductory course. Revised, especially in the Interest Group Politics section, to integrate events through the Starr Report, but not impeachment hearings. Also considers debates about campaign finance, economic and political changes in Russia and Jap
Reading for my government class for school. Actually has some good information in it. Not too bad of a text book, especially considering I don't really like government.
Required by the State of California for college, this book is chalked full of facts, processes, and organizational structures of government and politicians that are best kept from reaching the cognitive stage of identification, much less symbolism, mental representation, and thought.