The Unfinished Republic : American Government in the Twenty-First Century
For courses in Introduction to American Government.Using a unique approach that clearly captures the dynamic nature of politics, this introduction to American government weaves together the threads of constancy (history), contradictions, and change and shows how the political system will likely react, adapt, and adjust to the changes ahead. It considers the wide array of racial and political minorities that have influenced the development of the American political system and why it is so difficult to discover and serve "the public interest."
- Paperback | 388 pages
- 176.5 x 231.9 x 18.8mm | 627.04g
- 01 Jan 1997
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
Preface. 1. Conflict, Change, and the Future of American Politics. 2. The Political Origins of the American Republic. 3. The Constitution. 4. Federalism. 5. Interest Groups and Political Parties. 6. Political Minorities. 7. The Political Economy. 8. The Presidency. 9. Congress. 10. The Judiciary and Civil Liberties. 11. Bureaucracy. 12. Public Opinion, Participation, Nominations and Campaigns, Elections, the Media. Index.