8 edition of American Government ... like it is found in the catalog.
American Government ... like it is
|Statement||[by] Jack Anderson [and] Carl Kalvelage.|
|Contributions||Kalvelage, Carl, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||JK271 .A58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 117 p.|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||73185109|
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As long as people like Stanley can publish books like “How Fascism Works,” fascism cannot win. Trump and the GOP use fascist tactics, but they have not yet created a fascist government. In socialist countries, the government also usually owns and controls utilities such as electricity, transportation systems like airlines and railroads, and telecommunications systems.
In many socialist countries the government is an oligarchy: only members of a certain political party or ruling elite can participate in government. For example. American Government book. Read 17 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
American Government, the classic, brief text for introductory A. Some actions, such as printing money and declaring war, are exclusive to the federal government.
Others, like conducting elections and issuing marriage licenses, are responsibilities of the individual states. Both levels can do things like establish courts and collect taxes.
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Author: David Haus (Husson University) In Top Hat’s textbook, American Government extends beyond the page with detailed policy processes and shows readers the function of the various levels of government. Auto-graded questions provide students with immediate feedback at the end of each chapter.
American government by Robert A. Heineman,McGraw-Hill edition, in English - 2nd ed. The purpose of this book is to offer a no-frills, low-cost, yet comprehensive overview of the American political system for students taking introductory courses in American national government.
The authors undertook this project for several reasons, most notably the high costs of textbooks for students and the lack of college-level scholarship.Chapter Study Outline. Introduction. American government and politics are extraordinarily complex.
The framers of the United States Constitution divided governmental power and responsibility both among the legislative, executive, and judicial branches and, again, federally between the national government and the.
Grossmann: Mettler finds that although Americans don’t like government, they’re relying upon it more than ever. Mettler: There is a paradox in American life today. On the one hand as is pretty well known, Americans don’t like government. They don’t trust the federal government in Washington to do what is right, most or all of the time.