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xxxviii, 774 pages : some colored illustrations ; 24 cm
  • 1. The Logic of American Politics I. THE NATIONALIZATION OF POLITICS 2. The Constitution 3. Federalism 4. Civil Rights 5. Civil Liberties II. THE INSTITUTIONS OF GOVERNMENT 6. Congress 7. The Presidency 8. The Bureaucracy 9. The Federal Judiciary III. THE PUBLIC'S INFLUENCE ON NATIONAL POLICY 10. Public Opinion 11. Voting, Campaigns, and Elections 12. Political Parties 13. Interest Groups 14. The News Media IV. CONCLUSION 15. The Prospects for Institutional Reform.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781452276496 20160612
After observing the strains of intense partisanship and divided government, many Americans are wondering what logic, if any, can be found in politics. The new Sixth Edition of The Logic of American Politics reaffirms this best-seller's place as the most accessible "smart" book on the market. Consistently praised for its engaging narrative, the book hooks students with great storytelling while arming them with a "toolkit" of institutional design concepts-command, veto, agenda control, voting rules, delegation.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781452276496 20160612
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