Living Democracy, 2014 Elections and Updates Edition (4th Edition)
by Daniel M. Shea
Edition: 4 - 2015
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Living Democracy shows students how American government impacts their daily lives, and helps them recognize how they can make a difference in what that government does. Using a writing style that is clear and accessible, authors Daniel Shea, Joanne Connor Green, and Christopher Smith draw readers into the subject matter by offering resonant anecdotes and illustrations, and by localizing politics whenever possible. The 2014 Elections and Updates Edition incorporates the most up-to-date data, as well as coverage of contemporary issues that dominate today’s headlines, to help students see the relevance of course content to their lives.
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