Politics in America Texas
0H-1, 0-13-049708-8, Dye, Ph.D., Thomas R., Politics in America, Texas Edition, 5/E*/ This highly-regarded introduction to politics in America is clearly and concisely written, providing the reader with a great basis for understanding our political system. Included in this edition is a study of politics in Texas, an important facet of politics in our country. With its timely illustrations, case studies, and explanation of current controversies, it is a must-read for anyone interested in how our political system functions. This lively, absorbing narrative examines the struggle for power: the participants, stakes, processes, and the institutional arenas. This Texas edition includes additional chapters concerning politics in that state: the social and economic milieu; the Texas Constitution; interest groups, political parties and elections; the legislature; the executive branch and bureaucracy; the judiciary; and local government in Texas. For anyone interested in our American political system; especially those with an interest in Texas politics, including government workers, policymakers, and politicians.
- Hardback | 997 pages
- 217.9 x 276.4 x 40.9mm | 2,263.45g
- 19 Dec 2002
- Prentice Hall (Higher Education Division, Pearson Education)
- Prentice Hall
- New Jersey, United States
- 5th Texas ed.